Moto E 2015: The builder’s cheapie gets a serious upgrade

Stock Lollipop mini-flop is only skin-deep Hands On   Why can’t everybody make a bargain basement phone as well as Motorola? They’re as fashionable as egg and chips in a 1970s Wimpy Bar, but the popularity of the small, robust, no-nonsense Moto E and G models has helped revived the brand. The Chinese-owned phone operation yesterday upgraded the Moto E yesterday, adding some quality to the popular Android cheapie, for a slightly higher price.…
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