The new Motorola moto e5 CRUISE is now available at select Cricket Wireless authorized retail stores and online. Priced at just $99.99 for new and existing customers, the moto e5 CRUISE has a large 5.2” HD screen packed in a slim body, with a water-repellent coating to protect it from accidental spills and splashes.
Taking beautiful selfies to post on your social channels is easy with this device’s 5 MP front camera with LED flash. Worried about storage? Don’t be! This device comes with up to 16 GB of storage space, which can be expanded up to an additional 128 GB with a microSD card. That’s plenty of space to store those pics, apps, and videos. Buy moto e5 cruise from here.
The moto e5 cruise has easy-to-use features that:
- Keep you in the know — See and reply to notifications and updates quickly without turning on the display.
- Let you manage your phone with ease — Simple gestures make managing your phone easier. Just flip over the device to silence an incoming call or notification. Capture a screenshot by touching and holding the screen anywhere with three fingers.
- Go the distance – Call, text, and surf with the long-lasting 2800 mAh battery.2
The Motorola Moto E5 Cruise (MOTOE5C) smartphone released in 2018. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 MSM8917 chipset, 2 GB of RAM, and 16 GB of internal storage.
Moto e5 cruise runs on Android OS v8.0 (Oreo) out of the box. Moto e5 cruise comes with a Li-Po 2800 mAh, non-removable battery. It features a 5.2 inches IPS display with a 720 x 1280 px resolution. IPS technology is one of the most leading LCD technologies in the world.
The Moto e5 Cruise has an HD screen, front and rear cameras, and a fingerprint scanner, meaning the Moto E5 Play checks off most of the boxes for what users will expect from a modern phone, while doing everything it can to keep the price way, way down.
In the US, moto e5 cruise sold direct from mobile carriers, with Verizon, Cricket, Comcast Xfinity, and Boost Mobile offering it for prices from $69 to $119. Curiously, Cricket’s model is renamed to Moto E5 Cruise, and it’s the only one available in a color other than black.
However, despite having the same name the UK model is very different. moto e5 cruise runs Android Oreo Go Edition, while the US model runs full Android Oreo, and it has different specs, including a 5.3-inch 18:9 screen, a 2,100mAh battery, and 1GB of RAM. The following review only covers the US version of the Moto E5 Play.
There’s nothing exciting about the Moto E5 Play design. In many ways, it’s not so dissimilar to the first-generation Moto G we had four years ago.
The front of the phone is all glass with a thin protective plastic lip around the perimeter. The 5.2-inch screen only covers about two-thirds of the front, meaning there’s a large bezel above and below it. The front-facing camera and flash are above the screen, situated on each side of the earpiece that also serves as the only speaker.
The power button and volume rockers are on the right of the phone, though they are slightly high up for easy one-handed reach. There’s a micro-USB port for charging and data transfer on the bottom, and a 3.5mm headphone jack at the top.
With all the plastic and no all-screen front, there’s little about the design of moto e5 cruise to get excited about. The headphone jack may be the most exciting bit, and it really shouldn’t be. The texture back panel does offer a good grip, and we had some fun making DJ record-scratching sounds with it. But, that’s not much consolation for a bland design that feels a tad too breakable when we applied light bending pressure.
Moto e5 cruise a nice phone which will not create a hole in your pocket. The specifications provided under this budget is very cool. Overall it a nice, budget-friendly and worth-the-money kind of device.