Motorola Moto E AT&T (No-Contract)
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- Powerful 2390 mAh battery to keep you going all day long
- 5MP touch and shoot camera with LED Flash
- 4.5" qHD display is made from scratch resistant Gorilla Glass
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* Same Snapdragon 410 processor, using the ARM A53 architecture that is replacing the A7 architecture in the venerable Snapdragon 400, in both phones. NOTE: this only applies to the LTE version of the 2nd gen Moto E - the "USA" and "International" 3g versions of the Moto E are still using the Snapdragon 200 which gets slammed by online reviewers as being underpowered and not even as power-thrifty as the new, more efficient, 410 series. The Snapdragon 410 seems to be turning in 10% better performance than the old 400. This isn't due to the Snapdragon 410 being 64bit - which it is - because Motorola is running it in 32bit mode. It's due to better firmware, better chip design.
*$179 for the Moto G direct from Motorola, unlocked and with both AT&T and T-Mobile 3g (actually 3.5g) and LTE bands.
*$75 for the Moto E 2nd gen from AT&T, locked to AT&T for six months of active, paid up service. Then you can generally get AT&T to unlock it. Since GoPhone has the same great coverage and speeds as AT&T, my main reason for an unlock would to use it for travel.
* Generally the same design cues - shape, color - but the E is 4.5" vs. 5.0" for the G, a big difference you will notice right away.
* Both can be expanded with 16gb, 32gb, 64gb (may require reformatting) micro SD cards.
* Both have single front firing speaker - the E's is hidden in the ear speaker slot, the G's is in a separate grill at the bottom. One online review tested the G at higher speakerphone volumes than the E, but to my ears, the E is louder. Both will play right up to highest indicated volume levels with little to no distortion.Read more ›
I first read a number of reviews to identify a relatively inexpensive one. After reading several of the reviews about this phone and it's approximately $50 price tag, I thought I'd give this one a shot.
As of this writing I've owned my phone for about a month now and must say I'm very pleased with it. Since I'm around wi-fi all day long both at work and at home I don't need to use mobile data. Setup and use has been a breeze. You do have to set up an account on Google in order to access the Play Store to download apps. Every app I've downloaded has been a free one.
This phone comes with a SIM card. It is a smaller SIM card than the one I had in my former (Alcatel) phone and wouldn't fit the new one, so I had to manually re-enter my phone contacts which was only a small inconvenience. I then called AT&T customer service to transfer the service from the old phone to the new one which took no more than 5 minutes each time (once for my phone, and once again for my wife's phone). TIP: Save the package the phone comes in so you can read off the numbers easily when the time comes to transfer the service to the new phone.
One of the other reviews that swayed my decision stated a long battery life. I'm pleased to say that wasn't an exaggeration. I can easily go 2 or 3 days between re-charging for its 12-hour per day use.
I don't regret my decision at all for selecting this phone.
I am sickened when I think of all of the $600-700 phones I have "financed" through AT&T. This unit may not meet everyone's needs; my wife likes "a large phone that takes great pictures". This device is a perfect match, though, for what I want a phone for: calls, email, web browsing, texts and a few 2D games. I added a nice case, screen protector and a 32 GB micro SD, and could not be happier. Even if my missing Galaxy shows up, I won't switch back.
[Merriam-Webster defines "mojo" as "a power that may seem magical and that allows someone to be very effective, successful, etc." Maybe Lenovo (who now owns the Motorola brand) should rename this phone to the "Mojo E".]
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Activation is a little hard to find, but easy. Simply go to [...] and enter the SIM/ICCID and IMEI numbers off the label from the plastic package the phone came in. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Anthony Kempka
The phone came, but does not work with the telephone network in Venezuela, to insert the sim card displays a message on screen that says the network is locked and you must unlock... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeferson Reinoza
amazing phone for its price , with all correct . only lacks a flash of the camera . it moves very fluid with one GB of RAM. the screen is very clear and brightPublished 1 month ago by Richard Rondon
Great smartphone value for the price. Camera, memory and battery aren't top of the line, but for an affordable phone it helps me keep up with what I need to do very well.Published 2 months ago by hdreiske