Motorola Moto E price, specs, review 價錢、規格及用家意見

The cheapest price of Motorola Moto E in Hong Kong is HKD450.94 from Amazon. The Motorola Moto E features a 4.3" display, 5MP back camera, 0.3MP front camera, and a 1980mAh battery capacity. It also comes with Dual Core CPU and runs on Android. Release date of the Motorola Moto E is February, 2014.
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The cheapest price of Motorola Moto E in Hong Kong is HKD450.94 from Amazon. The Motorola Moto E features a 4.3" display, 5MP back camera, 0.3MP front camera, and a 1980mAh battery capacity. It also comes with Dual Core CPU and runs on Android. Release date of the Motorola Moto E is February, 2014.
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Cheapest Motorola Moto E Price in Hong Kong is HK$ 450.94

The Motorola Moto E is now available in Hong Kong. The cheapest Motorola Moto E price in Hong Kong is HK$ 450.94 from Amazon. Motorola Moto E price details are updated October 2021.

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Price List by Country for Motorola Moto E

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 450.94 HK$ 451.00
Malaysia MYR 240.74 HK$ 451.00
Philippines PHP 2,943.43 HK$ 451.00
Singapore SGD 121.31 HK$ 700.00
Vietnam VND 4.886.239 HK$ 1,671.00

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Motorola Moto E Specs

Screen Size 4.3"
Pixel Density 256ppi
Display Resolution 540 x 960pixels
Display Technology IPS-LCD
Scratch Resistant Yes
Water Resistant No
Rear Camera 5MP
Front Camera 0.3MP
Camera Lenses Single Camera
Video Resolution HD
Storage 8GB
Expandable Memory Yes
Weight 142g
Body Material Plastic
Dimensions (W x H x D) 124.8 x 64.8 x 12.3mm
Battery Capacity 1980mAh
Charging Normal Charging
CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 (28 nm)
Processor Core Dual Core
OS Android
OS Version Android 4.4.2 (KitKat)
Dual SIM No
SIM Card Micro-SIM
USB Connectors Micro-USB
5G No
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 b/g/n
Fingerprint Scanner No
Face Recognition No
Retail Price Discontinued

Reviews of Motorola Moto E
Reviewed on 2016-01-12
In this article, I have the pleasure of reviewing both a smartphone, the 2nd generation Moto E and a different type of cellular service company. Since you can't operate a smartphone without service and you can't use the service without a cell phone, it is...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-03
If you're currently in the market for the best smartphone going around, the Samsung Galaxy S6 should be close to, if not at the top of your shopping list. Unfortunately it's not exactly the most budget friendly device; at ~$550 unlocked and off-contract...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-06
Battery life, decent performance, microSD card slot
No flash on the camera
Motorola released their budget smartphone, the Moto E, just under a year ago. Featuring a 4.3″ screen and basic features, the Moto E was an affordable smartphone solution for those not wanting to spend hundreds of dollars on larger phones. Less than a yea...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-12
The second-generation Moto E is hardly more than a spec bump to the original device. It carries over Motorola's simple design language, near-to-stock Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system, and a very low price point. It's perfect for prepaid carriers. If...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-10
The new Moto E (2nd Gen) has arrived but what exactly has changed from the previous generation Moto E? Well in this video we pit the Moto E 2nd Gen and 1st gen to find out all the upgrades and updates Motorola has given to their new phone!Don't forget to ...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-30
Affordable plans, phone retails for a low price but does not feel cheap, excellent battery life, has a microSD slot, Motorola's additional software doesn't add much bloat
Camera is painfully bad; phone can be a bit sluggish
Before you check me for a head injury, I don't think a low-end Android phone on a small prepaid carrier is our future. It's the future from 15 years ago. In 2000, PDAs ruled the roost. If you wanted a color device that played games and handled your basic ...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-10
Xiaomi, the Chinese mobile phone manufacturer launched Redmi 1S in India at a price of INR 6,999 which was exactly same as the online price of Moto E. But as the flash sale of Redmi 1S was announced recently the price has been slashed to INR 5,999. A comp...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-25
Excellent value for money. Comfortable design houses a decent display. Performance from the Snapdragon 200 SoC is better than expected. Stock Android leaves the bloat at home.
Fixedfocus camera is often unusable. Limited internal storage.
While budget smartphones don't get as much attention in the media as their flagship brothers, they're arguably more important globally. The businesses that manage to harness the entry-level market can see huge gains in sales and market share in key growth...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-18
ZOMG CHEAP! Water resistant and a damn near smashproof body. This phone is harder to kill than Steven Seagal. Great, solid handfeel. Variety of color options
Selfie hater: Lousy back side camera, and no front side camera at all. 4GB of storage is not enough to even store all my apps
WIREDZOMG CHEAP! Water resistant and a damn near smash-proof body. This phone is harder to kill than Steven Seagal. Great, solid handfeel. Variety of color options.TIREDSelfie hater: Lousy back side camera, and no front side camera at all. 4GB of storage ...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-09
A smartphone for the cost-conscious. Going SIM-free and eschewing carrier subsidies has been slow to catch on in the US, but with T-Mobile USA's “Uncarrier” movement gaining pace, perhaps the time is right for handsets that bear their true sticker price. ...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-05
If I asked you which phone is Motorola's best selling phone of all time, you would probably answer with the Moto X. You would be wrong as it is the Moto G, which is a budget phone. Budget phones are generally laughed at, but they happen to part of the fas...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-05
Motorola's latest handset, the Moto E, is in the hands of Marco Hanna. Can the cheapest handset in Motorola's lineup compare to more expensive smartphones like the Moto G, Moto X and Nexus 5?...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-04
Value, Build quality, Recent Android version, Battery life, Sufficient performance, Expandable storage
Camera module, Screen resolution
For a number of years, nobody seemed to care much about Motorola. This changed abruptly with the release of the Moto G at the end of 2013. This great - and yet cheap (169 euros for the 8-GB-version) - smartphone managed to not only convince us, but also t...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-31
"At-a-glance review of Motorola's budget smartphone, the Moto E"The Moto G is a device that offers superb value for money, and has been quite a success for Motorola. With the KitKat-toting dual-SIM Moto E, the brand is now attempting to create similar rip...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-26
One of the lowest prices for any smartphone, period, Sturdy construction, Good sharpness for a screen of its size, Front facing speaker, Expandable Storage
Low resolution screen won't please screen nuts, Low tier performance package doesn't back the 1 GB of RAM, microSD card required in order to install a lot of apps, Simply not made to be anything more than a communication device, Camera lacks flash, and is...
Motorola moves to a different part of the alphabet in its continuing attempt to offer consumers a budget-friendly entry level smartphone that is meant to last. Essentially made to its retail value, the Moto E packs far less than the typical power performe...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-26
Runs an almost untouched version of Android 4.4.2, The vivid screen is a pleasant surprise, Rounded design makes for comfy gripping, Incredibly affordable
Only 4GB of internal storage, Rear camera is mediocre at best, No flash or front-facing camera
After Motorola released the well-received Moto X into the world last year, most of us had just one question: What's Google's expensive mobile division doing next? Then-chief Dennis Woodside was surprisingly forthcoming for a tech CEO -- he said Motorola w...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-24
Solid, sturdy build and ergonomic design, Waterrepellant nanocoating and Gorilla Glass 3 protection, Sharp, highres screen, Supports 3G on both slots, Android KitKat, Smooth performance, Good battery life
No front camera for video calls, Fixedfocus primary camera, Paltry internal storage
"The Moto E has a lot to offer if you're in the market for a budget Android smartphone"Motorola managed to surprise us, pleasantly we might add, with both its recent smartphone offerings. While the Moto G is possibly the best value-for-money device in its...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-22
Extraordinarily cheap, Runs the latest version of Android very well, Uncomplicated and pleasing design
Woeful camera, Display is merely adequate, 4GB of storage isn't much
The demand for high-end features at low-end prices thus produced an unhappy compromise: the cheap pseudo-smartphone. It wasn't simple, quick, and responsive like the basic phones of the past, nor did its battery last anywhere near as long. But it had Twit...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-21
The Moto E is cheap, comes with the latest Android KitKat software and has a screen and processor capable of tackling the essentials
Its camera and battery life don't impress and it isn't much less than the Moto G, which remains the best Android bargain around
The Motorola Moto G was my favourite phone of 2013. Not because it had the best HD display or most powerful quad-core processor, but because it offered a well-rounded set of specs for a price that blew its competition clean out of the water. Now Motorola ...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-20
Value never before seen,  Durable, waterresistant hardware,  Outstanding reception with solid speaker performance in all audio modes,  Good endurance
Slow, very inconsistent software, Bad camera, MicroSD requirement impacts affordability
This review's subtitle is an axiom known to parents, financial advisors, and other dispensers of wisdom far and wide – but it's important to note that it's not necessarily a condemnation. The newest product out of Motorola Mobility has an awful lot going...
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