Moto E :
Headset stop working on second say only.
Its typical "Made in china"
nilesh, 23 May 2014Can any one give the comparision b/w MOTO E and Micromax Unite 2 ??moto e
I'm confused between micromax unite 2 and lenovo a526. Please suggest which one will be better by quality?
So, how come a phone with better configuration (Unite 2) sells at a cheaper price point than the one having inferior configuration (Juice A177/A77), while at the same time being manufactured by the same company (Micromax)? It doesn't make any sense. Either Micromax is overcharging for some or undercharging for one. It is indeed some crazy marketing strategy from the part of Micromax..
I have been using Micromax Canvas HD from more than a year now, i bought that on 7th April 2013, and its working amazingly well, i havent faced problem till now. just waiting for it to get updated to Kitkat 4.4.
Canvas Juice A177 and Unit 2 are not same. A177 had dual core processor and Unit 2 have quad core processor and this is biggest difference.
Buddy i am the first person to get the Moto E delivered in my city after 1 day of launch and its a beast... mediatek quad core....? well it eats dust... this dual core way way faster than what mediatek quadcores provide.... and btw itis showing a adreno 305 gpu when tested with cpu/gpu benchmark applications.... the blazing fast with almost internal memory full and 10 gb filled out of the 16gb microsd card... there is nothing like moto e... period...
Warning: You can run out of breath while listing all the complaints.
AYUSH92, 23 May 2014If you like moto e.. Then Go and buy a Motorola Moto E. Who is stopping you. Don't Bush othe... moreohhh please man.... i bought canvas 2 last april, in 2013.... came 2014 & my canvas is with service center from april 1st week.... so don't even think to compare mmx with moto... mmx sucks... once your phone starts having trouble you are gone... forget it that it will get repaired & work smoothly after giving it to service center... so its better to not buy mmx, karbonn etc... rest your money your choice... no compulsion...
AYUSH92, 23 May 2014If you like moto e.. Then Go and buy a Motorola Moto E. Who is stopping you. Don't Bush othe... moreIf you hate Moto E, then hate Moto E, no one is stopping you at all, but don't tell others not to warn the consumers before hand via their experience.
1. I'm an Indian customer and I literally don't give a damn for front camera and flash, because I am not addicted to social media and things like selfies and other things. If I want to post my pictures and videos I might as well buy Nokia lumia series which literally shits on both brands when it comes to camera department. And I am sure there are many others like me who don't have any use or very minimum use of camera features in their requirements but are just puzzled thanks to peer pressure. And in India the number of people who still use 2G networks are greater than people who use 3G network. As a matter of fact,many people still prefer voice communication to video calls because of cost preference.
2. Your knowledge in processor and chipset is not that good, I see. Moto E comes with a 1.2 GHz dual core Snapdragon 200 chipset with an Adreno 302 GPU. While the chipset in itself is merely okay, the presence of 1 GB RAM in the device will help the device when performing multitasking and graphically intensive tasks. In comparison, Micromax is offering the users a quad-core processor, the 1.3 Ghz MediaTek MT6582 processor (most likely) with 1 GB of RAM and a Mali 400 GPU.
However, the fact is that it is an appropriate mixture and sync of the software and hardware which decides how fluid the functionality of a device would be as discussed in our article on sync between the hardware and software. Moto G and Moto X have already proven their mettle in this regard, coming in top of devices with better hardware specs, and therefore Moto E comes from a family of devices which have a history of performing better than it’s heavier loaded competitors.
That is not to say that Micromax devices don’t have a similar level of fluidity in their interface and performance – some Micromax devices have been excellent performers in this regard, and we will have to wait and watch how the Unite 2 performs.
3. Pixel density is the factor that decide the crisp and sharp display of smartphones. In this department Moto E takes the cake very easily.
4. Protection is also a great factor when it comes to buying phones for Indian customers. As for this Moto E beats every other budget segment phones thanks to corning gorilla glass 3.
5. And service centers of Micromax is like heaven and hell,they exist in theory but not in reality.
So just don't hide bad side of phones you prefer.
Now coming to Moto E's bad side.
1. It's camera sucks, plain and simple as that. You are buying a smartphone for using camera features and skype and taking selfies,then move on,this is definitely not for you.
2. The snapdragon processor is an entry level,means it's good for gaming compared to Micromax Unite 2, but also not that good as well. It has difficulties playing high end games,so if you are a heavy android gamer,and looking for that purpose,then again move on,no wait,I say move on from the very budget section,tbh. Otherwise it's a good phone for every casual gamer and works like a charm.
3. It's not available in local markets and only at Flipkart,as an online purchase,which as far as I can see,not coming in it's way,as just now [again] Flipkart sold another 20000 units in just 2 hrs and out of stock again. Though the fact that it might not be available in your pin code is a down side of this phone or you could say flipkart,which sucks.
Mahajan_27, 23 May 2014Apple spends billions on development,research and testing of products and then they sent the d... moredidnt i say the same...
apple picks all the parts from different manufacturers like LG,samsung, corning etc and asks foxconn to build the phone..
but mmx chooses already manufactured phones and rebrand it..
the point is both are manufactured in china tats all.
A couple of months ago, Micromax had launched Canvas Juice A177. Its specifications are almost similar to the recently launched Unite 2. Even the price of both the handsets is also identical. Not to mention that A177 was launched just 6 months after the launch of Juice A77 as a cheaper alternative to it while having similar specifications.
So now we have 2 (or 3) handsets from the same company i.e. Micromax, competing with eachother plus with Moto E. Isn't it some dumb strategy by Micromax??