Lenovo will announce its budget Android smartphone, the Moto C Plus in India on June 19. The company has sent out a media invite for the event just days after launching the entry-level Moto C in India. With Moto C Plus, Lenovo will be hoping to compete against Xiaomi's best-selling Redmi 4 series in India.
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