Though Motorola Moto E has been receiving great response in the smartphone market, the brand new Windows 8.1 Nokia Lumia 630 has five features which are listed below and all of these are not present in the Moto E.
Comparison between Nokia Lumia 630 and Motorola Moto E –
1) Nokia Lumia 630: Larger screen
The Moto E has one advantage over the Nokia Lumia 630; its 4.3-inch screen has a higher resolution of 960 x 540 pixels. However, that’s not a great selling point when you consider the Lumia has a larger 4.5-inch (854 x 480 pixels) screen so you’re getting more real estate for your money.
2) Nokia Lumia 630: Quad-core processor
The Lumia 630 is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor while the Moto E comes with the older 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 chip, so when it comes to handling the latest applications the Lumia has a sheer performance advantage.
3) Nokia Lumia 630: Auto-focus camera
The Nokia Lumia 630 and Motorola Moto E both come with a 5-Megapixel camera with no Flash, so you’d think they offer the same features. The thing is, the Moto E is a fixed-focus camera, while the Lumia 630 is auto-focus, so you can use the Camera App to get some great close-up shots.
4) Nokia Lumia 630: 8GB of internal memory
The Nokia Lumia 630 comes with 8GB of internal memory, that’s double the amount you’ll find on the Moto E. With the launch of the new Files app, giving you a File Manager for Windows Phone, you can manage your files a lot more effectively than ever before.
What’s more, with the Android OS now taking up over 2GB of your Moto’s storage space you won’t find a whole lot of space to store files, fixed-focus photos and you music.
5) Nokia Lumia 630: SD card storage
The Nokia Lumia 630 isn’t the first Lumia to come with microSD card support; it’s been a staple of the line since Windows Phone 8 launched. However, it is the first Lumia to offer support for cards with up to 128GB capacity, a staggering amount of storage, especially when you consider that the Moto E supports up to 32GB cards.
– By Anand Thakkar