Motorola Moto E4 review

  • Build Quality

    16/20
  • Phone Set Up

    17/20
  • Features

    14/20
  • Camera & Video

    13/20
  • Battery Life

    14/20

Budget friendly, better spec

Our Motorola Moto E4 review follows hot on the heels of our Moto C review, with both handsets targeted at the affordable end of the market.

Moto C review

The Moto E4 is slightly more expensive at approx £130, but the extra £30 makes quite a difference.

The Moto E4 has a better screen resolution, faster processor, a later version of Android Nougat, better cameras and a bigger battery. It is pretty clear to me, that if you have that extra £30, then spending it on the Moto E4 will be worthwhile investment.

So, let’s get on with our Moto E4 review.
 

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