Personally I am a fan of Motorola.
But after Lenovo, I think twice before buying a Moto handset. There is always a confusion, if my handset will be updated to latest Android ( though being nearly vanilla version). Except premium series of Motorola, it never sure if the handset will get any updates. There is no word about Moto e5 series for future updates.
Nokia in that sense has played a master stroke by declaring most of it's series as Android One handset. This actually is an surity that there will be some updates in future.
But for Motorola ( say Lenovo) there is no such word of assurance with respect to Moto E5.
Good phone, good battery backup dual SIM and Max display is awesome
Nick, 12 Jun 2018I've just started using this. There is about 10.5GB free after setting the device up. It may only have 10.something GB free after system setup, but you can make up 4 it if you have a memory card... I have a 32GB Memory Card, so it should work out...
sudu, 11 May 2018how much internal memory is available for user of 16 GB ?I've just started using this. There is about 10.5GB free after setting the device up.
Sakitock, 31 May 2018Reviews say this is dual sim, but nothing in the description says so...Anyone know for sure? yes, slots for two nano sims
Reviews say this is dual sim, but nothing in the description says so...Anyone know for sure?
Anonymous, 18 May 2018this is just the same looks and spec like the g6 play motoG6Play uses a 430/427
the E5 uses a 425, it's THE budget qualcomm chip everyone's using right now
First you change back camera looks its looks horrible yaar. this type of camera looks i don't understand
I think price will be 130 euro
The weakest point always are usb where water comes in.
I haw not seen any cases yet!
powered by mediatek 6750 1.4GHz Octa-Core thats why its expensive
USB-C, Snap 450, clean Android (One project or so... ) and a pricetag under 150Â€ ... that would be a reasonable low-ranger ... but we all know it won't happen