Date of publication: 2018-05-17 20:04
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In the US and UK, Motorola also makes the E9 Plus, which has a larger screen, a bigger battery and a higher megapixel camera for $185 and £159, respectively. On paper, the UK version seems worth the £85 upgrade since it comes with 8GB of RAM instead of the 2GB found in the US version.
The reason you buy the E9 is its price. And for the price, it's amazing what Motorola gives you. Its nearest rival is the Samsung Galaxy J8 which costs more, takes worse photos and lacks the overall charm of the E9. But if the E9's compromises, such as an average camera, make you sad, remind yourself how much it costs. Still sad? Get the Moto G5 Plus ( $ at Walmart ).
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In Australia, there's the Moto G5, which has a better metal build, a higher resolution display and a higher megapixel camera for AU$55 more.
There are times where the low cost shows. The processor is slow, the display is hard to view in sunlight and the camera is sluggish to process shots. If this is a deal breaker, you can pay a bit more for one of Motorola's other budget phones that have higher specs.
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The E9's slick glass display looks handsome, but in my hand the plastic back feels low-end. The phone's charm comes from details like a textured sleep/wake button, a selfie flash and a fingerprint sensor.
My favorite E9 feature, one button navigation, turns the fingerprint sensor into a mini navigation touchpad. It's also on the Moto G5 and G5 Plus.
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