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So one great thing that the Moto e4 has done for me is bring the band back together. I say this metaphorically of course but with this phone I reintroduced some classic Moto accessories to see how well the paired up.  Was this intended to just give little harmony in my daily ensemble?  Yes, perhaps but I was happy to see how well they still worked.  Even better still, even though a lot of these Moto classics are a bit scarce nowadays, they are still plentiful on the secondary markets and best of all obtained for a super budget friendly price, perfectly in line with the spirit of the Moto e4.

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5 Great Reasons Why Moto e4 Might Be the Phone for You - Sprint Product Ambassadors

 

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You know, I still am amazed what you get for your money and even some of the most value conscious devices still give you big features on a meager budget.   Enter the Moto e4.  Small coin, decent features and just nice to have around.  In case you need further convincing, here are 5 pretty good reasons that the Moto e4 might just have your name written all over it.

 #1 Price: Out the door with no deals nor promotions is currently only $129.99.  That’s paying outright.  You can spread that out across separate payments if needed but at that kind of price point it’s all too tempting to pay outright. Got kids with slippery hands or a record breaking phones? The Moto e4 is a prefect spare phone to have on hand just in case.

#2 Endurance: Such a small device boasts an “all day battery” thanks to its 2800 mAh Battery.  I haven’t quite tested this claim yet but keep your eyes open for a future blog discussing that very thing. Disclaimer: I am a bit of a battery hog so if it can survive a work day with me, I will be very impressed.

#3 Weight: This phone is light and comfortable. On my scale it comes in at only 5.15oz, and is among some of lightest phones I’ve owned thus far.  I haven’t explored case options but even then this phone will remain a featherweight. 

#4 Features: You still have all the things you’ve come to expect from a modern smartphone.  You get a 5” 720p HD Screen (which has good color and looks great in pretty much any light), 1.4Ghz Octa-Core Processor (which is fast enough to handle most of my apps), Expandable Storage via MicroSD card (Up to 128G), and a nice 8MP Rear/ 5MP Front Camera which still takes great pictures (even really close up).  You even get Android Nougat 7.1 and many other great software staples that you may have seen on many other popular phones.

#5 MicroUSB Charging: You are starting to see more and more smartphones switching to a USB-C connector but if you still wealthy in Micro USB cables, rest assured be able to use all those old cables on your Moto E4.

It’s actually been a while since I’ve had a Motorola phone but they still have the honor of being my first android phone. It’s been a long while since that Photon 4G and in coming week I’m interested to see how some of those old nostalgic feeling resurface in Moto e4.  Anyway, welcome to where cost and quality meet up.  Enter the Moto e4.  Hello Moto.

 

 

-Rob Ignatowicz

Sprint Product Ambassador

Disclaimer: The Product Ambassadors are Sprint employees from many different parts of the company that love technology. They volunteer to test out all sorts of Sprint devices and offer opinions freely to the Community. Each Product Ambassador shares their own opinions of these devices, therefore the information in this post does not necessarily reflect the opinions of Sprint. The PA's do not represent the company in an official way, and should not be expected to respond to Community members in an official capacity. #sprintemployee.

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10 Great Reasons to Pick Up a Stylo 3 - Sprint Product Ambassadors10 Great Reasons to Pick Up a Stylo 3 - Sprint Product Ambassadors

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Sprint Product Ambassadors: Spigen Slim Armor Case Endurance Testing For HTC One M9


So with all these talks about  “Uh-Oh protection”, Gorilla Glass and a durable all-metal construction, it’s easy to feel all but invincible owning your new HTC One M9.  Myself, I’ve always been fairly easy with my phones and often just buy cases out of pure visual appeal.   Occasionally I also use cases to fill the void within my belt holster (yes, I actually use one of those) but besides that, it’s safe to say I mainly just fall prey for style (and Spigen slim armor was no exception).  Slim Armor is nice, you get a smooth black rubber bezel that nicely covers all edges of the phone and a main accent color covers the back panel.  The back panel supports its own integrated own kick stand which is handy for propping up horizontally to catch streaming video or other applications.  Not bad in terms of look and feel which clearly doesn’t take away from the ascetics of the actual phone. I never even thought to think how this would factor into durability.


Now I’m sure many of you have found that accidents do happen and proof is always in the trails of these unforeseen events.  My case involved an all-tile floor, a four foot drop (on a corner) and a gasp from both my girlfriend and I. 


I was petrified picking the phone back up but without building too much drama, I’m happy to report despite such a bad drop (with the help of Spigen) my precious M9 bounced like a high bounce ball and suffered no damage at all.


Wow, here’s proof in the execution and I’m certainly looking towards Spigen for all my case needs.  Durability and excellent looks make slim armor my first line of defense.


-Rob Ignatowicz

Sprint Product Ambassador

Disclaimer: The Product Ambassadors are Sprint employees from many different parts of the company that love technology. They volunteer to test out all sorts of Sprint devices and offer opinions freely to the Community. Each Product Ambassador shares their own opinions of these devices, therefore the information in this post does not necessarily reflect the opinions of Sprint. The PA's do not represent the company in an official way, and should not be expected to respond to Community members in an official capacity. #sprintemployee.