A photo showing the appearance of the Motorola Moto E5 Play has hit the network. It is outdated, the frames are thick, and the fingerprint reader has disappeared from under the screen. Another manufacturer that can no longer make good and cheap smartphones?
Quite often I happen to compliment the appearance of a smartphone, despite the fact that hardly anyone sees something interesting in it. This was the case, for example, in the case of Nokia 2 – a maximum average budget, which could be saved at most by a large battery. In the middle there are those models that are universally beautiful – iPhones (although it's a bit controversial), Samsung Galaxy S8 or HTC U11. At the end of the scale are those smartphones where the view wants to yawn. In their case, the consistently reproduced look has already been given so that it does not arouse any emotions (again iPhones). And this sentence perfectly defines the design of Motorola Moto E5 Play. Pictures speak more than words, so take a look at the picture below. https://twitter.com/evleaks/status/962416266890874881 I understand that the flagship of Motorola must stick to the same design until 2019, due to compatibility with Moto Mods. For me it is not a problem, because the manufacturer binds the commitment and very good that he does not give up. But does the design of the Samsung Galaxy J3 have something to do with the Galaxy S8? Exactly. Another year in a row in the budget we see the same thick frames, and on the front despite the absence of a fingerprint reader – in addition, the Android function buttons are still displayed on the screen. As you've probably already noticed, I did not like the appearance of Motorola. While their flagship and medium-sized Moto Z2 Play are really great (though honestly admit that their design also does not knock), so budgetists are made for one hoof. It's a pity, because it looks like after LG Motorola will be another manufacturer who forgot how to make good and cheap smartphones. Eh, where the beautiful times of Motorola Moto G2 have gone … Source: SlashLeaks