Starting with the Moto X in 2013, Motorola started a whole trend of making value-for-money smartphones with a heavy focus on optimised software. Later came the Moto G (1st Gen), which sold like hot cakes in various parts of the world, including India. It offered the right amount of hardware for the price, and Motorola had put in a lot of effort in getting the basics right, such as the build quality, loudspeaker performance, and the battery life.
Later, it went on the release a slimmed-down variant dubbed the Moto E, but it lacked a little too much, such as autofocus and an LED flash for the primary camera, and even completely negated the front-facing camera, which seems a stupid idea for this day and age. I didn’t recommend it to anyone who asked me for entry-level smartphone buying suggestions, because there were just too many basic things missing from the device.
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