Moto G vs Moto E vs Lumia 630: Battle for the Best Budget Phone

Compared : Moto G vs. Moto E vs. Lumia 630. Which budget phone should you buy?

Motorola has launched Moto E, a phone which is incredibly cheap for the specification and build quality it offer. A phone which now competes with company’s last year incredibly successful handset Moto G. But how do these phones compare with Microsoft’s latest Nokia Lumia 630? Let’s find out.

Moto E vs Moto G vs Lumia 630
Moto E vs Moto G vs Lumia 630

Motorola entered Indian market again earlier this year with Moto G, a game changing phone that offers a strong build quality and bestows the a reliable brand name. Targeting the mid-level phones, Moto G topples the chart, at least of the price. But now, Motorola is after the low-budget segment as well, and while the phone costs over Rs 5,000 fewer than Moto G, the specifications aren’t a lot different.

While Motorola is here to shape the Android market space with the latest software release, Microsoft is touting its feature-rich mobile operating system, Windows Phone. What was often credited as the weak cousin of Android and iOS, Windows Phone looks rather prominent and grown up. Earlier this week, Microsoft launched Lumia 630 in the country, the phone runs Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box and sports a Dual-SIM capability. But which phone should you go for? We compare the specifications to help you out.

Compared : Moto G vs. Moto E vs. Lumia 630

Moto G Moto E Lumia 630
 Screen  4.5-inch LCD  4.3-inch LCD  4.5-inch IPS LCD
Resolution 720×1280 pixels 540×960 pixels  480 x 854 pixels
OS Android 4.4 Android 4.4  Windows Phone 8.1
Processor 1.2GHz quad-core S 400 1.2GHz dual-core S 200  1.2GHz quad-core S 400
Storage 8/16GB 4GB  8GB
MicroSD No Yes  Yes
Camera Front 1.3MP, Rear 5MP Rear 5MP  Rear 5MP
RAM 1GB 1GB  512MB
 3G/ WiFi  Yes / Yes  Yes / Yes  Yes / Yes
WiFi Spot Yes Yes  Yes
Battery 2070mAh 1980mAh  1830mAh
Price  Rs 12,499/13,999 Rs 6,999  Rs 10,500, 11,500

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