Motorola announces Moto C and C Plus, starting at €89
After having been leaked multiple times in the past couple of weeks, Lenovo-owned Motorola finally announced the Moto C and C Plus starting at only €89
Both phones run on Android 7.0 Nougat and come in cherry, white, gold, and black colours; and both are expected to go on sale later, in Spring.
The Moto C has 2 variants, standard (3G) and 4G, both having a 5″ 480p display and 1GB of RAM. They will have 5MP and 2MP camera combo and house a 2350 mAh battery. The difference being that the 3G version has a 32bit quad-core MTK processor clocked at1.1Ghz, while the 4G variant has a 64bit quad-core 1.3Ghz processor. The 3G and 4G versions will retail at €89 and €99 respectively.
The Moto C Plus will be powered by a 64bit quad-core MediaTek processor clocked at 1.3 Ghz, also running on Android 7.0 Nougat. The rear camera has an 8 Megapixel sensor paired with a 2 MP shooter on the front. Combined with an efficient processor, it has a giant battery rated at 4000mAH, which should easily last a day. The display will be HD (1280*720) in resolution. This has a dedicated microSD card slot, along with a dual SIM slot. Though the RAM will still be 1GB. The C Plus will retail at an attractive €119.
The pricing seems very exciting and could disrupt the lower end segment of the market in developing countries in Asia. This phone will also hit the European or Latin American markets.