Motorola Moto C and Moto C Plus to Come With MediaTek Chips Targeting Entry-Level Markets

Motorola Moto C and Moto C Plus to Come With MediaTek Chips Targeting Entry-Level Markets

    


Earlier today, we reported that Motorola is working on their cheapest Moto phone ever and it will be reportedly called as Moto C. A new leak from a famous tipster, Evan Blass, says that Motorola will launch the Moto C and C Plus targeting first-time smartphone buyers. 

Blass further claims that 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. 



All said, both the phones will boot Android Nougat out-of-the-box. However, Blass did not reveal the pricing of the phones. The phones might be announced alongside Moto E4 and E4 Plus next month.

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