The NOA Vision E1 4.5″ Android 5.1 Smartphone was kindly provided to me by Axceed free of charge in exchange for a fair and unbiased review on Amazon.co.uk. No additional compensation was given in exchange for posting this article on my blog.
The NOA Vision E1 is available in the UK from Axceed Fulfilled by Amazon.co.uk at a cost of £69.90 with free P&P. At the time of writing the NOA Vision E1 is sadly not available on Amazon.com
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A QUICK NOTE.
I somewhat suspect that the majority of people that are reading this review are wondering what the NOA Vision E1 is like in comparison to the Moto E 2nd Gen. Similarities between the two handsets are bountiful with just a £5 difference in price (at the time of writing), both coming with a 4.5″ IPS 540×960 display and both having 1GB ROM, 8GB RAM and 64bit quad core processors (although they are very different processors).
On the surface at least one phone neither stands apart from the other, but once you dig deeper the Moto E 2nd Gen is the clear victor in terms of performance, that said there are reasons to consider the NOA Vision E1 chief among which are its Wi-Fi and battery performance.
The NOA Vision E1 is supplied within a very good quality retail style cardboard packaging constructed from an open ended outer box and an internal cardboard tray.