Asdadadfff, 13 May 2016How's the power button? Is it durable enough to last a year with frequent usage (referring to... morePower button will last longger than others, just pick up your moto and swipe the screen will unlock without need to touch power button. Power button only to switch off
AnonD-538626, 18 May 2016Thanks! Nothing yet here in Portugal..though.so you have to wait for your device specific update to be appeared on the screen.. Is it 3G version or LTE version?
hi first I used moto e1.excellent performance.used in more then 1 year.next I bought new moto e2.it is awesome.good battery backup.high sound.HD display.I am so impressed.I love motorola.friends I planned e2 4g upgrade marshmallow any issus?
AnonD-287824, 18 May 2016Yes. I got it VIA OTA update. Check for yours too.Thanks! Nothing yet here in Portugal..though.
AnonD-538523, 18 May 2016from where you got lumia on sale? I live in canada, is it avaliable there too?(on sale)U can get one through craigslist. People r buying it from America for 30USD and are selling it in Canada for 70CAD.
AnonD-538523, 18 May 2016from where you got lumia on sale? I live in canada, is it avaliable there too?(on sale)In the US, it is available for $29.99 on Best Buy and Walmart in-store or online sites. Microsoft Store also sells it at that price. I was lucky to get both AT&T's Lumia 640 and Moto E 4G for $29.99 at Best Buy. Two nice phones for $60 total that can last a couple years for me. The Moto E did go back up to $49.99 for the AT&T but the Verizon one goes for $35 and is faster to unlock using the Network app. I gave the Verizon Moto Es to relatives but decided to go AT&T Moto E because the branding isn't as ugly and it only takes three days for an unlock approval from AT&T.
I recently got this little moto e as a general call / text device so my galaxy note doesn't get dirty or damaged at work.
I don't care about camera quality or lack of other features as I've disabled all that and kept it simple.
Cracking little phone
AnonD-287824, 15 May 2016Just upgraded my Motorola Moto E 2nd Gen. LTE XT1524 to Android 6.0 Marshmallow and it is perf... moreHi, did you got the upgrade via OTA? I´m waiting for it for ages now...got the same model as you.
AnonD-499441, 17 May 2016I own this, and I own a Lumia 640 Windows phone. The Moto E is a toy compared to the Lumia. Th... morefrom where you got lumia on sale? I live in canada, is it avaliable there too?(on sale)
AnonD-499441, 17 May 2016I own this, and I own a Lumia 640 Windows phone. The Moto E is a toy compared to the Lumia. Th... moreYup. Same here. I got both AT&T models for $30 each. Amazing what we can get for $30 these days. There is no question the Lumia 640 is superior to it especially with camera, signal strength, and call qiality. I keep it as my #1 or #2 option while my Moto E will be a 3rd or 4th stringer.
The few things why I got a Moto E 2nd gen is because it is Android. I prefer my Nova Launcher Prime, TubeMate, MX Player, Quick Pic, torrent apps like Flud, SwiftKey, and so on. I love the Textra app which replaces my default text app. It isn't a totally worthless phone because I do prefer Android over WP. And I live in a city where it rains alot, so splash resistance and the small compactness of it can be very useful for me.
Versus Lumia 640 or even the $100 ZTE Zmax 2, I think Moto E 4G doesn't compare. But it has its virtues too like a clean Android experience, comparable battery life to Lumia, front speaker, and splash resistance. I saw the Moto G4 Play and it seems it will replace this Moto E. But the size is too tall. I already have phones with that height already. I like the 4.5 inch the Moto E brings. Just wished it was slimmer.
I own this, and I own a Lumia 640 Windows phone. The Moto E is a toy compared to the Lumia. The Lumia (nokia) is an amazing phone for, $29 on sale. A camera as good as Apple's, and has an led flash (Moto no flash). Impeccable call quality - for those of you who still talk on a phone. FAST !!! 5" gorgeous screen.
But here's why you should consider a Windows phone. It is so much faster than an Android, but MAINLY the freedom to install the apps where you want them. For example, I have only 1gb ram, but I have over 300 apps on my Windows phone, and 280+ can be installed on the sd-card. With my Moto, I'm lucky to have 50 apps because 90 % are forced to be installed in RAM. And with my Lumia 640, I still have over 500mb ram left !
No flash on this Moto ? Just ridiculous. Oh, the camera SUCKS. The macro is pretty much non existent. The Lumia has an incredible macro and picture quality. Even if you don't want a windows phone, steer clear of this Moto if you want a good camera, or if you like a lot of apps.
don,t buy the moto phone worrest service in vijayawada always hanging and always they are charging in customer support service points they are not intimate actual problem and they gave for problem new name and charging bad phone bad phone bad service
Bought this 4 my wife in oct 2015 for 80Â€ and in Finland that was a bargain. 4G for that price was really too tempting and it ended up replacing her outdated Samsung Gio. For a basic use I'd say it is brilliant and few weeks ago got updated to Marshmallow. Memory is a bit small as she takes quite a lot of photos but adding SD-card fixed that.
Just upgraded my Motorola Moto E 2nd Gen. LTE XT1524 to Android 6.0 Marshmallow and it is performing way way better than lollipop. Battery performance improved, speed and performance improved. I want Android N upgrade for this device too... it can perform and handle the next upgrade very well. Really happy and satisfied with this upgrade.
How's the power button? Is it durable enough to last a year with frequent usage (referring to power button)?
i got Marshmallow last month, it solved the issue of heating up or the handset freezing up time and again.