Motorola announced four new phones today, one of which is poised to dominate the low-priced phablet space in the United States when it arrives later this spring. The new offerings - the Moto E5, Moto E5 Plus and Moto E5 Play - will be positioned below the respective Moto G6 models. The G6 will retail for around $249. The Moto E5 Plus succeeds the Moto E4 Plus, whereas the Moto E5 replaces the existing Moto E4 device. We expect it'll be the same again in 2018 as our first impressions of this new phone are particularly good.
Motorola is one of the few brands that focus on swift software updates. Moto doesn't bother messing with Google's icons or adding redundant apps, and a lot of people appreciate that.
That's not all the Moto G6's camera can do.
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In terms of video, the G6 has a maximum video resolution of 1080p Full HD up to 60fps. Plastic shouldn't be the buzzword for disappointment that it has become, but this particular application in the E5 Play isn't satisfying in a soft-touch kind of way, nor does it feel particularly sturdy.
Where the G6 Play beats, its counterpart is in battery life. It also lets you unlock your phone using facial recognition, as with the iPhone X. We're yet to see if it's as slick as that, or how well it works in the dark. Further pushing the Moto G6 Play down the ranks are either 2GB or 3GB of RAM which is paired with 16GB or 32GB of internal storage respectively. The fingerprint readers on all four phones provide biometric authentication as well as gesture control. And it'll have the right bands for whatever carrier orders it. It runs Android 8.0 Oreo. The E5 has a 4,000mAh fixed powerpack, while the E5 Play has a 2,800 removable battery.
Finally, we come to the E5 Play, which is to put it lightly is the runt of the litter. To the front there is a 5 MP camera with an LED flash. Its clean Android 8.0 build, and Motorola's reputation for reliability, may make the difference here. The positioning of the camera on the new G6 phones solves this, and means you can take more stable pics. However, it will come in dual- as well single-SIM (Nano SIM) variants.
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These are two very similar looking phones, but they are different. The 1.4 GHz Snapdragon 435 processor powers this phone with Adreno 505 GPU and 3 GB RAM.
There is a 2800 mAh battery is in the phone. Both versions also support Fast Charging, though the G6 does it through USB-C, while the Play is still holding onto microUSB for dear life. We'll update once we know more about the Moto G6 release date. A 13MP camera is present at the back of the phone, and a 5MP camera is on the front.
You can also choose colors to keep in an image while taking the photo, with a feature called Spot Color.
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Taking great pictures even in low light just got easier, thanks to its large f/1.7 aperture and 1.4um pixel size.
The 8MP front camera has "live filters" that put amusing glasses and such on your face, if you're into that. The handset comes with a 6-inch "Max Vision" 18:9 aspect ratio display with a screen resolution of 1,440 x 720.
Every time I check out a new Moto G smartphone, I question why I pay so much for the high-end flagships.
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All of these phones are coming out later this spring. Be on the lookout for full reviews soon.