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Moto E vs Nokia X – Specificatons, Features, Battery Life and Price Comparison

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The tech market is full of all kinds of smartphones, but today we thought we would compare two budget friendly handsets for any user who is looking for a more affordable device but also wants some satisfying features. Keep reading to find out the differences between the Nokia X and the Motorola Moto E and figure out for yourself which one would be the best fit for your criteria.

Motorola Moto E

Motorola released the Moto E in the month of May, this year. We’re quite impressed that while it is an affordable smartphone, it does show off some very nice features. Let’s take a closer look at what the Moto E has to offer.

Design & Display

This device weighs in at 142 grams. The display seen on this handset measures 4.3 inches and comes with 16 M colors. The screen resolution of this handset is of 540 x 960 pixels, while the pixel density sits at 256 pixels per inch. Motorola equipped their handset with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for added screen protection.

Specifications, Camera & Battery

The processor that powers the Moto E is a dual core backed up by 1 GB of RAM to ensure a smooth performance. The internal memory sustained by this device is of 8 GB (expandable via microSD card by up to 32 GB). The operating system the Motorola Moto E runs on can be upgraded to Android 4.4.3 KitKat. The camera unit has 5 MP and features like panorama and geo tagging. The battery unit is a non removable Li-Ion model with a capacity of 1980 mAh.

Price

If you want to buy Motorola’s Moto E, you will find this handset at the price of $117.11.

Nokia X

The Nokia X was released with the Android operating system, which Nokia doesn’t do often, as well as dual SIM support. Let’s take a closer look at what else the X smartphone brings to the table.

Design & Display

The display seen on the Nokia X is an IPS LCD model measuring 4 inches which support multi touch capabilities. The pixel density sits at 233 pixels per inch which is slightly less than what the Moto E has to offer. The display also doesn’t have Corning Gorilla Glass for added protection. The operating system the Nokia X runs on is Android Jelly Bean combined with the 1.1.2.2 version of the Nokia X user interface.

Specifications, Camera & Battery

The processor that powers the Nokia X is a dual core working at 1 Ghz which is backed up by only 512 MB of RAM – which does ensure a smooth performance, but is less than what Moto E is equipped with. A big minus for this handset is that it doesn’t hold a secondary camera, while the primary camera has 3.15 MP. The battery unit has a capacity of 1500 mAh.

Price

If you want to buy Nokia’s X smartphone, you can find this handset at the price of $127.98.