The Moto C and C Plus will be Moto's cheapest Android smartphones yet. The smartphone will be aimed at first time smartphone buyers.
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Lenovo might soon introduce a new budget Android series in its Moto lineup, with Moto C and C Plus. The company recently updated its Moto G range with Moto G5 and G5 Plus and the updated Moto E4 has already passed through FCC. According to VentureBeat, the Moto C and C Plus will be the most affordable Android smartphone from Lenovo's Moto. The Moto C series handsets will be aimed at first time smartphone buyers.
According to Evan Blass, the Moto C and C Plus will feature 5-inch displays and run on Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. The Moto C's 5-inch display will offer FWVGA resolution of 854x480 pixels while C Plus will offer HD resolution of 1280x720 pixels. The Moto C will have 3G and 4G variants, while the C Plus will be 4G LTE capable. The Moto C wil offer 1GB RAM and 8GB/16GB storage, while the Moto C Plus is tipped to come in 1GB/2GB RAM options depending on region and default storage of 16GB. Both the models will support expandable storage options via microSD cards. Blass says, the Moto C will offer a 2350mAh battery while the C Plus steps it up to a 4000mAh battery.
The Moto C and C Plus will offer same 2MP selfie camera with flash, but primary cameras are said to be different. The Moto C will feature a 5MP rear camera with fixed focus on 3G variant and autofocus on 4G, while C Plus bumps the resolution to 8 megapixels. The handsets are also expected in a wide range of colours including black, white, gold, and red.
Considering the specs detailed here, the Moto C series could be Motorola's competitor to Xiaomi's recently launched Redmi 4A smartphone. Xiaomi claims to have sold over 2,50,000 units of Redmi 4A during the first flash sale held on Amazon India. With Moto C, Lenovo is likely to be aiming to tap into an unexplored entry-level smartphone segment.
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