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Moto E 2020 Review


Having owned the Moto E for a few months now, I can tell you that it has become one of my favorite smartphones. Its sleek design and solid construction have made it a very good choice for a budget-conscious smartphone. However, I can also tell you that it does not have all the features you would expect in a smartphone. There are several things to consider when considering whether to buy a Moto E or not. These include the battery life, the build quality, and the camera app.

Build quality

Whether you’re looking for a budget phone or a low-cost mid-range option, Motorola’s Moto E can deliver. With a 4.3-inch IPS LCD display, a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 chipset, and a redesigned camera system, this device should perform well.

Motorola’s Moto E breaks the budget phone trend by offering more than just a cheap plastic shell. It’s also the first Moto E to feature more than one camera. The primary camera is 13MP, while the secondary is a depth sensor, which helps to capture portrait photos.

The Moto E features a slick design, which will turn heads. The front of the phone features a bezel-less display and an oleophobic coating. It also features a matte finish on the back.

Battery life

Using the new Motorola Moto E 2020 is pretty easy. It comes with a 6.2″ HD screen and dual camera at the back. You can also use the microSD card to add up to 512GB of storage. The camera is a 13MP main lens, and there is also a 2MP depth sensor.

If you are going to use the Moto E 2020 for heavy multitasking, you should be aware that it doesn’t charge as fast as the Samsung Galaxy S6. In addition, the battery doesn’t offer wireless charging. If you charge your phone at night, you should be able to get through the day.

Camera app

Whether you’re an amateur photographer or a professional, the Moto E camera app can help you take pictures. It includes a wide range of features, including slow motion, panorama, and timelapse. It also features direct integration with Google Lens.

It’s not quite the best camera in the world, but it does take good photos in a well-lit environment. The Moto E’s camera also does a good job of taking selfies. The app features a portrait mode, which creates a blurry background effect.

The Moto E’s camera app is also easy to use. The app includes a text scanner, a selfie camera icon, and a variety of photo and video modes. The application also comes with a timer and a flash.

Android 10

Several weeks after Motorola Brazil announced it’s Android 10 update is ready, we can now confirm the Moto E 2020 is getting the update. The update enables the use of a microSD card for internal storage, as well as Doze functionality for improved battery life.

The update also includes streamlined device controls and improved privacy settings. You can download it by heading to the System section of the phone’s home screen, or by searching for the update on the phone’s app drawer.

To install the update, you’ll need to follow some instructions. First, you’ll need to boot into fastboot mode. After this, you’ll need to download the update, as well as ADB drivers. After downloading and installing the drivers, you’ll need to reboot the phone.

2GB of RAM

Despite its inexpensive price tag, the Moto E 2020 offers all of the basic features you would expect from a smartphone. This budget phone is easy to use and boasts a decent camera, too.

While Motorola isn’t exactly a gaming powerhouse, it is capable of playing Call of Duty: Mobile with low graphics and medium frame rate settings. You should also know that the Moto E doesn’t have Moto Gametime, a feature that lets you silence notifications while you play games.

The Moto E’s main camera has a resolution of 13+2MP, while the front camera has a 5MP sensor. The camera is able to record 1080p videos at 30fps.

Battery capacity

Considering the price, the battery capacity of Moto E 2020 is pretty decent. It is not as powerful as the Moto G Power’s 5000mAh battery, but it still gets you through a day of light use.

The Moto E comes with a 3,550mAh Li-Ion, non-removable battery. This battery is designed for low maintenance and good battery life. It will charge 18% in half an hour. This means you’ll have to charge your phone at the end of the day if you use it heavily.

The Moto E has a 13-megapixel main camera and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. The camera has an f/2.0 aperture and a good depth of field. It takes decent photos in well-lit environments.