Motorola Moto E vs. Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 Specs and Price Comparison in Australia
By Sachin Trivedi | June 19, 2014 11:51 AM EST
For readers who are considering buying the Motorola Moto E or the Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2, here is a specs and price comparison between the two devices in Australia. The comparison could help readers make an informed decision.
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Display and Design
The Motorola Moto E comes with a 4.3-inch capacitive touch screen, rendering 540 x 960 pixels resolution. The Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 comes with a 4-inch TFT capacitive touch screen, rendering 480 x 800 pixels resolution.
The Moto E has a slight edge in this category, delivering 256 ppi pixel density compared to the 233 ppi pixel density of the Galaxy S Duos 2.
The Motorola Moto E comes with 124.8 x 64.8 x 12.3 mm dimensions and weighs 142 grams. The Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 comes with 121.5 x 63.1 x 10.6 mm dimensions and weighs 118 grams.
Hardware and Operating System
The Motorola Moto E is equipped with a 1.2 GHz dual core cortex A7 processor and Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 chipset. It comes with 4 GB of internal memory, which can be expanded by up to 32 GB using a Micro SD card.
The Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 is equipped with a 1.2 GHz dual core cortex A9 processor and BCM 28145/28155 chipset. It comes with 4 GB of internal memory, which can be expanded by up to 64 GB using a Micro SD card.
The Motorola Moto E runs on the Android KitKat operating system and has 1 GB of RAM. The Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 runs on the Android Jelly Bean operating system and has 768 MB of RAM. The Moto E again has a slight advantage with a slightly better RAM and the most recent operating system.
The Motorola Moto E sports a 5 MP camera and does not have a secondary camera. The Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 sports 5 MP primary camera with autofocus and LED flash. The secondary camera on the device is a VGA camera.
The Motorola Moto E comes with a non-removable Li-Ion 1980 mAh battery and the Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 comes with a Li-Ion 1500 mAh battery.
Price in Australia
The Motorola Moto E is priced at around AU $249.95 and the Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 is priced at around AU $209.95 in Australia.
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