Moto C and Moto C Plus New Renders Gives a Clear Idea of the Design

Moto C and Moto C Plus New Renders Gives a Clear Idea of the Design

    

Moto C and Moto C Plus New Renders Gives a Clear Idea of the Design
We already know that Motorola is working on their cheapest Moto phone ever and it will be reportedly called as Moto C. Motorola will launch the Moto C and C Plus targeting first-time smartphone buyers. Last week, Renders of the product had surfaced online, and now, a 360-degree rendered video of the phone has leaked by Android Authority and OnLeaks. 



As you can see in the images, the Moto C and C Plus looks similar to the Moto G5 series from the front and from the rear. 




According to previous reports, the Moto C and C Plus will feature same design language and might also come with a 5-inch display, but different innards. The Moto C will feature a WFVGA display (854 x 480) resolution, whereas the Moto C Plus will feature a 720p panel (1280 x 720). 



Both the phones will differ in other specifications too, the Moto C Plus will be an LTE-only phone, while the Moto C will support both 3G and 4G networks. The Moto C will come with come with a 32-bit 1.3GHz MediaTek SoC, and the Moto C Plus will feature a 64-bit MediaTek chip with same clock speed. RAM in Moto C will be limited to just 1GB, and the Moto C Plus will come in 1GB/2GB of RAM models, but it ultimately depends on the region. The Moto C will come with 8GB/16GB of onboard storage, and the C Plus will undoubtedly feature 16GB of internal storage.



Both the phones will come with a 2MP front-facing camera. The Moto C will get a 5MP snapper at the rear, and the C Plus will get an 8MP unit at the back. The biggest difference between both the phones will be the battery capacity as the Moto C will be backed with a smaller 2350mAh battery. On the flip side, the Moto C Plus will get a massive 4000mAh battery. 

The phones might be announced alongside Moto E4 and E4 Plus next month.




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