Flaws but not dealbreakers: Because there’s just 2 GB of RAM on the Moto E, only a few apps will stay alive in the background at once. This makes multitasking slower, since more apps will have to restart when you return to them. The phone also lacks support for contactless payments, and though it can run multiple days on a single charge even with heavy use, it uses an old, slow-charging Micro-USB port rather than the newer USB-C. The 13-megapixel camera on the back is usable but not great. It’s slow to focus and slow to capture, and photos are just okay even in favorable daytime conditions. You can get some nice photos if your subject isn’t moving, but you don’t get many usable shots in low light.