Motorola is set to launch new series of entry-level smartphones. Moto C and C Plus were leaked in renders and 360 videos by Android Authority in collaboration with OnLeaks. The ‘C’ series is said to be the cheapest Motorola device, even cheaper than the ‘E’ series.
Evan Blass tweeted a picture of upcoming smartphones.
What to expect from Moto C and Moto C Plus?
Both the ‘C’ series phones are expected to come with 4G and VoLTE technology but, there will also be a 3G variant of Moto C. Moto C has recently received its Bluetooth certification and FCC clearance as reported by Devs-Lab.
Moto C Plus and Moto C are likely to be available in red, black, gold and silver color options and will run Android Nougat 7.0 out of the box. The devices will have a 5-inch display, with Moto C having 854×480 pixels while the C Plus goes with 1280×720 pixels. Moto C is expected to be launched in a 3G and a 4G variant while C plus will come only in a 4G variant.
All the variants support MicroSD card expansion. Moto C under the model number XT1750 will be running on a quad-core MediaTek MT6580 SoC coupled with 1GB or 2 GB of RAM(depending on the market) and 8 GB of internal storage. Moto C Plus under the model number XT1754 sports a newer MediaTek MT6737 quad-core SoC based on ARMv8 processor coupled 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. The Moto C has a 2,350 mAh battery and the C Plus packs a 4,000 mAh battery.
Camera and Design
All three have a front-facing flash with a 2 MP sensor, but the Moto C has a 5 MP sensor on the back while the C Plus steps that up to 8 MP. According to the leaked images one can tell that Moto C Plus has a slight camera bump on while the other does not. The Moto C measures 143.9 x 72 x 10mm and the C Plus comes in at 145.5 x 73.5 x 9.1mm (10.2mm with camera bump). Motorola keeps the circular camera housing for both devices as seen on other Moto devices. Both the devices have rear speakers with a micro-USB and a headphone jack at the top. The ‘C’ series also comes with a removable back which is similar to Motorola’s E series.
Moto C Plus
Motorola is expected to keep prices very low which can be predicted by looking at the plastic chassis.