Moto E

Motorola Moto E Benchmark Tests – AnTuTu, Quadrant Standard & Nenamark2 Scores

Motorola Moto E was launched a week earlier, and it has shaken the budget phone segment with its specifications for a low price. Motorola is not new in releasing powerful Smart phones for a low price, and having seen that with the Moto G that made a buzz in the market, the company had also come up with the flagship Moto X for an attractive price. To check out the performance of the Moto E Smartphone, we did a few benchmark tests and see how well it fared, and we compare that with the different mid-to-high end devices too, because the Moto E didn’t keep itself to the low grade when the performance is at question.

Motorola Moto E Benchmark 1

Internal specifications of Motorola Moto E

  • Processor: 1.2 GHz Dual-core, Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 chipset
  • RAM: 1GB
  • GPU: Adreno 305
  • OS: Android 4.4.2 KitKat
  • Battery: 1980 mAH

Read: Motorola Moto E Vs Miromax Unite 2

Considering the price range for it has been launched these are pretty good specifications. It has a 1.2 GHz quad core processor coupled with 1 GB of RAM. It will run the latest Android KitKat Operating System and has an on-board memory of 4 GB that can be further extended up to 32 GB via microSD.

Motorola Moto E AnTuTu Benchmark

Moto E Antutu

The score that Moto E received is good enough, at 12492 making it good enough considering the price range, and is sitting behind the Redmi and Galaxy S3 but for the Snapdragon 200, this score is quite good.

Motorola Moto E Quadrant Standard Benchmark

Moto E Quadrant Standard

This again is a test that would check the different parameters and the Moto E could easily beat the HTC One X and a few other devices, and the score of around 5280 is very neat. The Galaxy Nexus, one of the well known devices from Google is nearly the half at score when compared to the Moto E.

Motorola Moto E Nenamark 2.4 Benchmark

Moto E Nenamark2

This is the final test we have done on the Moto E that is used to check out the performance based on the frames per second output for high quality graphics content. The score that came out is 48 fps which is pretty good. Over all this is good device compared to the pricing with the scores that it has got.

If you are wondering whether these were some good or bad scores, you can check out the Nokia X benchmark tests and the scores the device got for the same tests, to understand where the Moto E lies in the competition.

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