Moto C and Moto C Plus with 4G VoLTE, Front Flash and Android 7.0 Announced

After many leaks and rumors, the Lenovo-owned smartphone manufacturer Motorola has unveiled their latest set of smartphones, the Moto C and C Plus. Both the devices are set into company’s new ultra-affordable ‘C-series’.

Moto C

The Moto C comes in two variants, 3G and 4G versions with a 5-inch FWVGA screen powered by 1.1GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6580M 64-bit processor coupled with Mali-400 GPU and 1GB of RAM. It comes with 8GB internal memory, expandable up to 32GB via microSD. For photography, it has a 5MP rear camera at 74° lens and a 2MP front-facing camera for selfies both come with LED flash.

Moto C supports 2350 mAh removable battery. It runs on Android 7.0 Nougat with connectivity options include, 3G/4G VoLTE, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n,3.5mm audio jack, FM Radio, Bluetooth 4.2 and GPS. It measures 145.5 x 73.6 mm x 9 mm and weighs 154 g. The entry level C is priced €89 (US$ 97 / Rs. 6265 approx.) for 3G variant and €99  (US$ 108 / Rs. 6970 approx.) for 4G variant.

Moto C Plus

The Moto C Plus sports a 5-inch HD display powered by a 1.3GHz MediaTek MT6737 quad-core Cortex-A53 SoC coupled with 1GB of RAM. Sports 16GB of internal storage expandable up to 38GB via micoSD. It has an 8MP rear camera and a 2MP front-facing camera, both LED flash. It comes with 4000mAh battery with 10W rapid charge. The C Plus measures 144×72.3×10 mm, and it weighs 162 grams. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, Headphones, FM and 3G. Sensors on the phone include Accelerometer.

The C Plus with 4G VoLTE and 1GB RAM/16GB ROM has been priced at €119 with most of the specs similar to the C.

Both the smartphones will be launched in Metallic Cherry, Pearl White, Fine Gold and Starry Black colors with a textured back panel and will be available across various countries of Latin America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.

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