People salivate over the opportunity to spend literally thousands of dollars on a smartphone. The latest offerings from Motorola represent far better value for money for two very smart phones that cost less than $300.
Here at Sonny Dickson, we review a lot of consumer technology with one goal in mind: to break down what it’s like to live with every day – whether that’s a vacuum cleaner, a car, wireless headphones or in this case, a smartphone.
We recently tested the moto e6s smartphone from Motorola and we were very impressed with the performance and capabilities of a sub $200 device. This week we have moved up a notch in the range to the moto g8. Sitting between the moto e range and the Motorola one family, the g8 is packed with all the features you want in a sturdy and durable every-day device.
The Motorola moto e family shows that the size of the sticker price of a smartphone is in no way related to its hardware and software features. Ever since Google sold Motorola to Lenovo in 2014, the engineers have been working away on a range of devices that provide a robust and elegant form-factor matched to the 9th Generation of Google’s Android operating system. The moto e6s is a new entrant for Motorola in the Australian market. With an RRP of $179 this is one of the best value...