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Motorola Moto E

Specifications

Motorola Moto ENotebook: Motorola Moto E (Moto Series)
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 8210
Graphics Adapter: Qualcomm Adreno 302
Display: 4.3 inch, 16:9, 960x540 pixels, glossy: yes
Weight: 0.142kg
Price: 119 euro
Average Score: 79.61% - good
Average of 23 scores (from 40 reviews)
price: 88%, performance: 70%, features: 62%, display: 76% mobility: 78%, workmanship: 77%, ergonomy: 79%, emissions: 89%

Reviews for the Motorola Moto E

81% Motorola Moto E Smartphone Review | Notebookcheck
Melting prices. It's summer time and Motorola is cutting prices. After the huge success of the Moto G - not only review-wise, but also customer-wise - the Moto E offers quite a lot for even less. But even though it manages to impress on a first glance in terms of specs and pricing, it still has to stand up to the scrutiny of our in-depth review.
Lumia 535 vs Moto E comparison: the best cheap smartphone you can buy
Source: PC Advisor English
Right now there is only one choice: that of the Moto E. But come the new year when the Lumia 535 is in town you will have a tough choice. It is likely that the Lumia 535 will cost a little more. But it has better storage and camera, and a bigger (if not sharper) screen. These are both great cheap phones - your choice will likely depend on your preference of Windows Phone or Android. But even as an Android user I'd say that when the Lumia 535 is available it will likely be the better deal. Just. (See also: Moto E price, specs, release date, features.)
Comparison, online available, Very Short, Date: 11/18/2014
90% Motorola Moto E
Source: Gadgetspeak English
A well placed fingernail will remove the back to allow you to insert a micro SIM and a micro SD card. The latest entry level phone offering from the company that first brought you a SmartPhone at a price that broke through the glass ceiling. Here is a smart phone that has corners cut to produce something acceptable at a lower price.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 10/01/2014
Rating: Total score: 90% price: 100% performance: 80%
Moto G2 (2014) vs Moto E comparison review: New Moto G is worth the extra cash
Source: PC Advisor English
It's unsurprising that the Moto G2 is a better phone than the Moto E and we recommend spending the extra if you can afford it for the better screen, camera, processor, storage, battery life and stereo speakers. The one caveat is that neither phone supports 4G so look elsewhere (Moto G 4G, for example) if this is a must.
Comparison, online available, Very Short, Date: 09/22/2014
Motorola Moto E Smartphone Review
Source: Techspot English
The Moto E isn’t a device suited to power users. It isn’t a device for people that demand the best hardware or a suite of crazy features. It is, however, a great entry-level handset that gives you all the necessities in a simple, functional package for a very attractive price. Crucially, the necessities aren’t hampered by terrible software or laggy performance, which typically haunt cheap Android smartphones.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 08/25/2014
Nokia Lumia 530 vs Motorola Moto E: Windows vs Android for best budget phone
Source: PC Advisor English
Choosing between the Nokia Lumia 530 and Motorola Moto E is difficult. I'm a seasoned Android user, but I like what I see in Windows Phone 8.1. And without that tired old Windows Phone lacks apps argument (the Motorola Moto E doesn't have enough built-in storage to take full advantage of what Google Play and third-party developers have to offer), there is nothing that you might expect of a budget smartphone that either Windows Phone or Android are unable to do. In many respects these two phones are very evenly matched. The Motorola Moto E stands out for its display, while the Nokia Lumia 530 is the winner on the storage front. And the Lumia 530 absolutely wins on the pricing - you cannot argue at £60.
Comparison, online available, Very Short, Date: 08/19/2014
70% Review: Motorola Moto E
Source: Gadgetguy English
Using the Moto E is just like using a Google Nexus phone, which should come as no surprise to people since Motorola was previously owned by Google. As a result of that ownership (and collaboration), the Moto E runs Android pretty much just like its brother, the Moto X, with Android the way Google envisioned it, complete with widgetised home screens, a lock screen, Google’s own drop-down notification bar, and an apps menu with tabs for apps and widgets. It’s a pretty simple interface, and it is even one of the most up-to-date ones you’ll find, with an update rolled out to our handset mid-review bringing the Moto E up to Android 4.4.4, higher than the version running on this reviewer’s flagship handsets at the time.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 08/11/2014
Rating: Total score: 70% price: 70% performance: 70% features: 60% workmanship: 80%
70% Motorola Moto E
Source: Gadgetspeak English
Overall I reasonably impressed with this smartphone’s performance although it does fall short of the Moto G. I was disappointed that I was unable to get the Moto E to work with OTG. Perhaps this feature will be implemented with the promised one major Android software update that Motorola made regarding this product.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 08/02/2014
Rating: Total score: 70% price: 80% performance: 60%
90% Motorola Moto E review
Source: Pocket Lint English
All said and done the Moto E gives plenty of bang for your buck. But it sits in a busy market, and one that's already dominated by Motorola. That, in part, is the Moto E's undoing, because we would still opt to spend a little more cash and buy the 4G Moto G instead. But that can't detract from the Moto E's successes: it's a great phone available at a great price.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 07/21/2014
Rating: Total score: 90%
Moto E Review: you get what you pay for...and a little more
Source: Mobileburn English
Motorola has rested its hat on delivering the most phone possible for the least money necessary. The company cut corners on the Moto X and focused on software, then cut even more corners with the Moto G and focused on price. With the Moto E, it's raced to lower depths and still managed to create a phone worth buying. That's because the Moto E costs only $129 without a contract. At that price, no other smartphone comes close. I'd recommend anyone considering a Moto E aim a little higher and get the Moto G if they can afford it, but for someone whose first priority is the budget, the Moto E is the best option. The camera is abysmal and the form is a little shaky, but the Moto E is good in so many other key areas that it's hard to not be impressed by how good a phone can be even when aiming to go downmarket.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 06/19/2014
Motorola Moto E review: Have a break!
Source: GSM Arena English
Well, we've come to the end of this review and we are happy to report that the Moto E is another bulls-eye by Motorola. It's not the best performer out there, but it packs a serious punch for the least amount of money. We especially appreciated the unspoiled Android OS and the solid promise for timely updates. The camera is certainly a letdown, but not everybody needs a good camera. What everybody would get with the Moto E is a solid user experience and great bang-for-buck ratio, and that's what counts.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 06/14/2014
Moto E review: The low-end phone that Android deserves
Source: Androidbeat English
The Moto E comes with a non-removable 1980mAh battery that provides more than enough juice for the handset to make it through a day of heavy usage. Even when using two SIM cards with a lot of phone calls and Google Drive usage, the Moto E easily lasted a day for me with 35% juice still left at the end of the day. The Moto E is truly a remarkable device for the price it’s selling at. Just like the Moto G, it bests the competition in nearly every possible aspect, except for the camera, and makes other low-end devices feel downright awful.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 06/10/2014
Motorola Moto E Review: Flawed Affordability
Source: Slashgear English
As a gateway to reliable Android ownership, however, the Moto E packs an impressive punch. Camera aside, I’d struggle to fault Motorola’s decisions in specifications, and while the design is uninspiring, it’s at least well put together. That counts for a lot, and I can’t help but welcome a company looking to innovate as much in price as it does in whiz-bang hardware.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 06/09/2014
70% Motorola Moto E
Source: Wired Magazine English
The question I kept asking myself was: Is this your primary phone? Despite the low price, when you factor in a phone bill, I think the answer is not yet. Even if you buy the Moto E off contract, you’ll still need a voice and data plan to use it. And given how much you’ll spend on that every month, it probably makes more sense to spend, say, the $70 more to buy an unlocked Moto G. But if you want a beater phone to take adventuring, or need something to fill in for a broken device until you reach the end of your contract, this is a great option.
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 06/06/2014
Rating: Total score: 70%
70% Moto E Review: Best Entry-Level Android Phone Among Reputed Brands
Source: Techtree.com English
The Moto E is priced aggressively at Rs 7000. No other Android handset from a top-tier manufacturer can currently compete with the Moto E. Despite a few niggles, we would like to recommend for its sharp display and impressive performance. Plus, latest Android Kitkat further sweetens the deal. The only potential deal breaker here are the camera and shoddy craftsmanship. The bottom-line is that if you’re looking for an entry-level Android smartphone from a reputed brand, Moto E is your only option. If you’re open to try out other platforms, the Lumia 520 is a better build handset that offers much polished smartphone experience.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 06/06/2014
Rating: Total score: 70% price: 80% performance: 80% features: 70% workmanship: 50%
80% Motorola Moto E review
Source: Stuff TV English
If a £90 Nexus existed, it would look a lot like the Moto E. This isn’t just Android for the masses, it’s tidy, reliable, loveable Android for the masses. No, it isn’t perfect. But considering we’re yet to meet a mobile device that is, this Moto is £90 (£80 on O2) well spent. Its main flaw is its camera, but until you get to around the £200 mark, almost every handset disappoints in this department - including Motorola’s own Moto G.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 06/05/2014
Rating: Total score: 80% performance: 70% display: 70% workmanship: 80%
Nokia Lumia 520 review - a cheap Windows Phone 8 smartphone with a lot to offer
Source: PC Advisor English
Lumia 520 vs Motorola Moto E comparison review: best cheap smartphones you can buy in the UK in 2014 There is little to choose between the Moto E and the Lumia 520. Indeed, the chief thing to note is that these are both great handsets at a remarkably low price. The Lumia 520 is thinner and lighter, and comes in multiple colours. The Moto E is marginally cheaper and more powerful. And it has a bigger, better display. You will make your own choice, but for us the combination of that display and the greater flexibility of Android makes us choose the Moto E.
Comparison, online available, Short, Date: 06/02/2014
80% Motorola Moto E review
Source: Expert Reviews English
Camera issues aside, the Moto E is a great phone for its price. The Moto G may have a better screen and a marginally better camera, but the Moto E has a longer-lasting battery and helpful new apps. Whether you're looking to buy your child their first phone or just want a superb budget handset for yourself, the Moto E is an excellent choice and is a worthy alternative to the Moto G.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 05/27/2014
Rating: Total score: 80%
80% Motorola Moto E Review
Source: Think Digit English
If you are looking for a reliable smartphone under a budget of Rs.10,000 then look no further. Yes, we agree that the camera quality is poor and skipping the LED flash and front facing camera was a huge blunder. But in the end, Moto E proves to be a sturdy and nimble little smartphone with a solid build quality and decent performance capability.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 05/26/2014
Rating: Total score: 80% price: 80% performance: 70% features: 60% workmanship: 80%
82% Where very good meets very cheap
Source: Engadget English
There's no two ways about it -- the Moto E is exciting, if not in the way most mobile buffs would like. You really shouldn't underestimate the sort of world-shaking power that can come from making something that's both very good and very cheap. So what if the spec sheet is a bit passé?
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 05/26/2014
Rating: Total score: 82%
Motorola Moto E vs Moto G video review: What's the best budget smartphone?
Source: PC Advisor English
The Moto G has been PC Advisor's best budget smartphone for a while but Motorola has come along with an even cheaper model in the Moto E. Watch our Moto E vs Moto G video review to see how the two budget smartphones compare. See also: What's the best budget smartphone.
video review
Comparison, online available, Very Short, Date: 05/23/2014
80% Motorola Moto E review: £89 budget smartphone sets new bar
Source: PC Advisor English
Motorola set a new benchmark for the budget smartphone with the Moto G but has gone even lower on price with the Moto E. Although we're impressed with the Moto E which will make a great first or spare smartphone, it's worth paying the extra for the Moto G which is now £99 on PAYG.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 05/22/2014
Rating: Total score: 80% price: 100% performance: 70% features: 60% workmanship: 80%
70% Moto E review: Redefining the budget smartphone
Source: Greenbot English
It likely won’t take the Moto E very long to prove its worth to the world, emerging market or not. It proves itself by being a great backup phone you can buy without issue off-contract and may be a good option for the first-time smartphone buyer. Motorola’s strategy to tackle the low-end market may not be the most glamorous, but it sure looks like this model is doing well for the company. The Moto E stays light on its feet and easy on the pocket, making it a low-end force to be reckoned with.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 05/21/2014
Rating: Total score: 70%
80% Motorola Moto E review
Source: Trusted Reviews English
The Motorola Moto E sits in a tricky spot. Among its sub-£100 peers, it offers better basics than the competition. The screen, software and design are great for the price. But if you’re willing to pay a little more, you get a significant bump-up in quality by moving up to the Moto G. Its screen is better, its camera much more versatile and there are very real benefits in moving up to a quad-core Snapdragon 400 CPU from the Moto E’s dual-core Snapdragon 200.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 05/21/2014
Rating: Total score: 80% price: 90% performance: 80% display: 80% mobility: 70% workmanship: 70%
100% Motorola Moto E
Source: Gadget Show English
Motorola just keeps on stunning us with its low price mobiles: quite how the company can be making a profit on the Moto E is beyond us, but that’s only for them to worry about, not you. All you need to know is that this is the best phone you can buy for under £100 right now, and in a few weeks, perhaps it’ll even hit the £50 point. This isn’t just a budget smartphone: it’s a back up smartphone, an emergency smartphone, a holiday smartphone, a why-haven’t-you-bought-one-yet smartphone? Your move, everyone else.
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 05/21/2014
Rating: Total score: 100%
90% Motorola Moto E review: The only sensible choice under Rs 10,000
Source: Tech2.in.com English
At a crazy price of under Rs 7,000, you can see why the Moto E has been a mega hit. Apart from being a handset from a reputed OEM, with extensive after sales support, you don’t feel short-changed when it comes to the features and performance. If you’re going to diss the Moto E because of its sub-par camera and the fact that it doesn’t have a front-facing one, then you’re missing the point.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 05/19/2014
Rating: Total score: 90%
Motorola Moto E: Brill budget blower with one bothersome blunder
Source: Reg Hardware English
While others might not care so much about a front-facing camera, I find its absence actually annoys me and knocks some of the shine off a device that I'd otherwise be very enthusiastic about. As it stands, unless you are after a backup handset, are confident that you will never have a use for a webcam or are truly skint, I’d suggest saving up the extra £70 and buying the 4G Moto G.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 05/19/2014
Motorola Moto E, First Take: Great value, but only one camera
Source: Zdnet.com English
Motorola may have caused a mini-revolution with the first-generation Moto G, but the Moto E has been built to even tighter financial constraints, and that shows. There are plenty of good things about this £89 handset, but there are clear opportunities for a competitor to improve on some aspects. Also, the £149 Moto G with 4G (LTE) connectivity, a front-facing camera and 8GB of internal storage may prove to be a bigger draw for those who are prepared to spend a bit more money.
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 05/19/2014
70% Motorola Moto E Review: Fresh Competition in the Budget Segment
Source: NDTV Gadgets English
What Motorola has done with the Moto E is let loose a performance beast in the sub-10k range of smartphones. It might have a bad camera, but in every other respect the Moto E trumps its competition by a large margin. The only other smartphone that comes close is the Nokia Lumia 525 (review) which runs Windows Phone 8, is more expensive, and has a limited number of applications in the app store.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 05/17/2014
Rating: Total score: 70% price: 90% performance: 80% display: 70% mobility: 60% workmanship: 80%
70% Motorola Moto E (Unlocked)
Source: PC Mag English
Like the Moto G before it, the Moto E proves once again that low cost doesn't have to mean low quality. Motorola makes a compelling case for the end of the feature phone, but the Moto E will inevitably face limited appeal, at least here in the U.S. where subsidized phone prices and contract-bound plans still rule the day. The Moto E is an ideal starter smartphone, though, and is far more polished than similarly priced competitors. T-Mobile and MVNO subscribers, and especially parents looking to get a smartphone for their kids, should consider the Moto E. It's also worth taking a look at the Nokia Lumia 520/521, which goes for $100 or less online, but is network locked, and Windows Phone might not be for everyone.
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 05/16/2014
Rating: Total score: 70%
60% Motorola Moto E
Source: Laptop Mag English
The $129 Moto E packs a lot of promise into a very affordable device. You get a pure Android experience in a compact and durable design. Plus, you can swap out the back cover for other colors if you're looking for a little more personality. However, there are some things missing here, such as a front camera, a flash for the back camera and LTE connectivity.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 05/16/2014
Rating: Total score: 60%
Best budget smartphone 2014: Motorola Moto G vs Motorola Moto E comparison review
Source: PC Advisor English
You might have come to our Motorola Moto G vs Motorola Moto E comparison review wondering why on earth we are comparing the specifications of two smartphones from the same company with a £60 price difference; clearly the more expensive Motorola Moto G is going to best the £89 Moto E on the hardware front. Actually, what we've learned is that although the Motorola Moto G has the better specification, the Moto E's hardware is sufficient that it will be a great fit for many users - and especially so when you consider that those in the market for a budget smartphone don't expect to get ultimate performance. The Motorola Moto E might not have as good a screen or as much storage or processing- and graphics power as the Moto G, nor its support for 4G and microSD expansion. But it does do everything most people will require, and at a staggeringly good price. It truly looks to be the best budget smartphone money can buy.
Comparison, online available, Short, Date: 05/14/2014
Motorola Moto E hands-on review: £89 budget smartphone sets new bar
Source: PC Advisor English
Motorola set a new benchmark for the budget smartphone with the Moto G but has gone even lower on price with the Moto E. This smartphone is well built and has decent specs for just £89 so there's little not to like. Check back for a full review soon.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 05/13/2014
Motorola Moto E review: Hands-on
Source: T3 English
The price is clearly the big selling-point here, and whilst there are plenty of sub-£100 smartphones out there Motorola has clearly thought about what can make the Moto E a considerably better option that perhaps some of its rivals. The loss of a front-facing camera is a decision that could come back to kick Motorola but it's certainly not the end of the world, for now though we'll say that from spending a short amount of time with the Moto E it certainly feels like a mid-range smartphone which is probably what Motorola is hoping for.
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 05/13/2014
80% Hands on: Motorola Moto E review A dinky dialler that's got a lot to shout about
Source: Techradar English
The low budget smartphone market is starting to get interesting as some genuinely good phones, such as the Moto G and EE Kestrel, are coming out at low price points. But while both those phones are cheap they're still more expensive than the Moto E. For £90 or less there are very few compelling options and when it comes to Android handsets at that price I'd argue that there's nothing else out there as good as the Moto E. It's undeniably basic but it looks good, has a decent screen and it runs well. At this price you can't ask for more than that.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 05/13/2014
Rating: Total score: 80% price: 100% performance: 70% features: 60% workmanship: 70%
Motorola Moto E
Source: Trusted Reviews English
The Motorola Moto E is not as exciting a phone as its bigger brother. Its specs are more ordinary, its screen more commonplace. But if networks eat enough into the £89 ‘suggested’ price when the phone is locked to a network or tied in with buying £10 of credit, we could be looking at another class-leading budget Android phone.
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 05/13/2014

Foreign Reviews

92% Motorola Moto E
Source: Chip Test & Kauf - Heft Nr. 6/2014 German DE→EN
Single Review, , Length Unknown, Date: 10/01/2014
Rating: Total score: 92% emissions: 85%
Motorola patzt an den falschen Stellen
Source: Netzwelt German DE→EN
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 06/18/2014
86% Der KitKat-Einsteiger
Source: Chip.de German DE→EN
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 06/06/2014
Rating: Total score: 86% price: 92% mobility: 89%
90% Motorola Moto E im Test: Das kleine Komplettpaket zum günstigen Preis
Source: Mobicroco German DE→EN
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 05/23/2014
Rating: Total score: 90% features: 80% workmanship: 90% ergonomy: 85%
Gut, aber nicht konkurrenzlos
Source: Netzwelt German DE→EN
Positive: price-dumping device; notably low price; very good display
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 05/13/2014

Comment

Model:

The Motorola Moto E aims to provide entry level specifications with dirt cheap prices. Despite being cheap, the phone does come with rather decent specs. For instance, the processor is a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor equipped with 1 GB of RAM, which is already better than some of its direct competitors.

The outer appearance of the phone is as expected. It's made with one color plain plastics, which to be honest, doesn't look too bad. It just doesn't look great. The 4.3 inch display is also not too shabby, considering it's priced so low. It comes with only 540 by 960 pixels but still nets out a pixel density of 256 ppi. The Moto E only features 4 GB of native memory, but this can be topped up with an external micro SD card.

As expected, for such a bargain, there are surely some features that cannot be included in the phone. One such is that the Motorola Moto E does not support 4G LTE. It supports the basic WiFi, 3G and Bluetooth 4.0 though. The lack of a front facing camera may also deter some, especially those who enjoy taking selfies.

All in all, you pay for what you get. Well with the Motorola Moto E, you get more than what you pay, to be honest. It has several shortcomings, but it's perfect for those who just want an entry level smartphone and don't want to sell an arm to get it.

Qualcomm Adreno 302: Integrated graphics card in some Snapdragon 200 SoCs with 6 shaders clocked at 400 MHz.

These graphics cards are not suited for Windows 3D games. Office and Internet surfing however is possible.

» Further information can be found in our Comparison of Mobile Graphics Cards and the corresponding Benchmark List.


200 8210:

ARM Cortex-A7 dual core with a max of 1.2 GHz clock rate

» Further information can be found in our Comparison of Mobile Processsors.


4.3": » To find out how fine a display is, see our DPI List.


0.142 kg: This subnotebook is one of the most lightweight of all notebooks and can be carried very easily. There exist hardly any models in this extreme class of weight. 7-9 inch displays are normal for this class of weight.


Motorola: The 1928 founded company was split in 2011. Motorola Mobility Inc. focusses on mobile phones and started with a first Motorola tablet computer.


79.61%: This rating is not convincing. The laptop is evaluated below average, this is not really a recommendation for purchase.


» Further information can be found in our Notebook Purchase Guide.

Devices with the same GPU

» Microsoft Lumia 535
Snapdragon 200 MSM8212, 5.0", 0.146 kg
» LG L Fino
Snapdragon 200 MSM8212, 4.5", 0.145 kg
» Huawei MediaPad T1 8.0 S8-701u
Snapdragon 200 8210, 8.0", 0.36 kg
» Prestigio Multipad Ranger 7.0 3G
Snapdragon 200 8210, 7.0", 0.32 kg
» Prestigio MultiPhone 8500 DUO
unknown, 5.0", 0.14 kg
» Nokia Lumia 530
Snapdragon 200 8210, 4.0", 0.13 kg
» HTC Desire 516
unknown, 5.0", 0.16 kg
» ZTE Open C
Snapdragon 200 8210, 4.0", 0.125 kg
» Sony Xperia E1
Snapdragon 200 8210, 4", 0.119 kg
» LG L70 D325
Snapdragon 200 8210, 4.5", 0.126 kg
» LG L40
Snapdragon 200 8210, 3.5", 0.113 kg
» Huawei Ascend Y530
Snapdragon 200 8210, 4.5", 0.145 kg

Devices with Same Screen Size and/or Weight

» HTC Desire 300
Adreno 203, Snapdragon S4 Play MSM8225
» Yota Devices Yotaphone
Adreno 320, Snapdragon MSM8960T
» Sony Xperia Z1 Compact
Adreno 330, Snapdragon 800 MSM8974
» Motorola Droid Mini
Adreno 320, unknown
» HTC Desire 500
Adreno 203, Snapdragon 200 8225Q
» HTC Windows Phone 8XT
Adreno 305, Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8930
» HTC One Mini
Adreno 305, Snapdragon 400 8930AB
» Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini I9190
Adreno 305, Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8930
» Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom
Mali-400 MP4, Exynos 4212 1.5 GHz
» Sony Xperia L
Adreno 305, Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8230
» LG P710 Optimus L7 II
Adreno 203, Snapdragon S4 Play MSM8225
» Nokia Lumia 720
Adreno 305, Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8227
» Alcatel OneTouch Ultra 997D
SGX531, Mediatek MT6577
» HTC One SV
Adreno 305, Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8930
» Nokia Lumia 820
Adreno 225, Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8960
» HTC Windows Phone 8X
Adreno 225, Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8260A
» Motorola RAZR i
SGX540, Atom Z2480
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Author: Stefan Hinum (Update: 2014-05-19)