Motorola has expanded its Moto G series quite a bit this year, but there is still room for the entry-level phones from the Moto E family. Previously, we have reviewed the Moto E40 with a 90 Hz screen and today we will take a look at the Moto E20, which is available for less than 100 Euros.
It is hard to expect anything more than a plastic chassis at this price, but Motorola at least creates a certain quality with an almost seamless transition between the back and the frame. With a matte finish and a light honeycomb pattern, the Moto E20 sports quite the chic design. Coastal Blue and Graphite Gray are the available color choices. The smartphone is relatively slim at 8.5 mm and, at 184 grams, is also noticeably lighter than other phones in this price range.
The SD card reader is not exactly the fastest in terms of write speeds, but it does a better job in reading.