The word ‘first’ always has a special significance in or life. We never forget our first date, first love, the first school, first smoking experience…so on and so forth. We learn a lot from our firsts. Life teaches us the wisest of experiences through anything that is first.
My first experience with Android Smartphones traces back to 2010. Smartphones were phenomenal at that time. The concept, the technology, the interface, everything was awe-inspiring, especially to the young Gen Y. I was in my early twenties and, needless to say, the ‘smart’ trend affected me a lot.
I just joined job as a software professional in a reputed MNC and eventually fell in love with one of my colleagues, head over heels. Those were days of colorful dreams. Oh! I’m digressing from the topic. 😀 To cut a long story short, when Samsung introduced their Galaxy S sometime in the middle of 2010, I laid my hands upon it. On 16th of July 2010, I bought my first Android Smartphone which cost me a whopping 30k.
Who paid the amount? Most of it was me but, I had to lend a few thousand from my Dad too.
Why Did I buy it? Because it was the latest in the market and to be more honest, I want to impress my first steady girlfriend with my first smartphone!
The OS was Android 2.1 and it had a 5 MP camera. I remember those days when I used to show off with my first smartphone. And my girlfriend? I clicked so many photos of her, one day she told me,’ ab bas kar yaar’. When a girl shows her reluctance to be clicked by her boyfriend, you can safely take it as a great achievement. (of the phone 😛 )
After that, I changed my set a couple of times. But every time I buy a new one, I get the same thrill of discovering something new. Being a software professional, technology has its own attraction to me. So, the news of all new Moto E hitting the market, made me excited and happy.
How should I start exploring this sleek, vibrant beauty if I would #ChooseToStart with it?
Let’s start with the camera. Clicking with Moto E is a simple yet great experience. The “Quick Capture” feature is one of the most popular one with Moto X and, they have made it to the new Moto E too. You’ve to simply twist your wrist twice to launch the camera. Two twists again and, you’re ready to click a selfie with the front-facing camera, anywhere, everywhere.
The Quad-core Processor is sure to make multi-tasking a much faster and greater experience. With 1 GB RAM and 8GB Rom, you can do anything you like at a time. Play games and listening to music can be a simultaneous experience.
The 2nd Gen Moto E is the outcome of an extensive research. The engineers painstakingly have brought in all those Moto Experiences that are available with Moto X! But Moto E is not going to tax your pocket. They’ve successfully put in a Quad-core processor, an all-day battery, a new front-facing camera, and a 4.5″ qHD display; which means all the popular features at an affordable price.
The curved back (no pun intended) of the Moto E has made it attractive and easy to hold. It is ergonomically designed to fit in the hand without bending while we put it in the back pocket. ( This feature is extremely useful for me because I’m no more in my early twenties, neither have the mentality of show-off holding my smartphone in my hand. All I need is to keep it safely in my back pocket.
The new Moto E enables you to customize it with colorful Motorola Bands or Grip shells. They’re easy to swap out and their unique ridged pattern provides an even better grip.
Another remarkable feature is the dual accelerometers actually enabling some of the most popular features of Moto X to be found in Moto E. The new Moto E is supposed to stay dark until you nudge it for notification. With Motorola Assist’s Sleep Mode and Meeting Mode, we can stay least bothered when we don’t want to get disturbed.
So I think Moto E is the best smartphone we can #ChooseToStart with. Motorola has engineered with excellence the most popular features of Moto X in Moto E. The company has envisioned a smarter way to make people afford smartphones.
After five years of my first smartphone experience, now I;m wise enough to understand that money doesn’t speak the last when it comes to smartphones. Now what I actually want with my phone is comfortable features with affordability. And Moto E is the best to if I now #ChooseToStart.
The above quote from Motorola’s industrial engineer, Mr. Park speaks my mind.
#ChooseToStart with Moto E. You’ll definitely find it way better than any other smartphones. To know more about Moto E ‘s unique features, visit Start With Moto E.
All the pictures are taken from Start With Moto E website and/or Indiblogger.