Motorola also announces up to 30 hours of battery life for the Moto C Plus.
The Moto C offers a pretty basic 5-inch FWVGA (854 x 480p) screen and runs on Android 7.0 Nougat, a definite plus point given the numerous entry-level phones which still run on Marshmallow.
Lenovo's now global-focused Moto-branded smartphone lineup is about to get super-confusing and crowded, especially in the mid-range segment, but the Moto C and C Plus are fairly straightforward and easy to remember. As for its photography skills, a 5MP camera rests on its back and a 2MP shooter on its front. The handset comes in Metallic Cherry, Pearl White, Fine Gold, and Starry Black colour options. Measuring 145.5 x 73.6 mm x 9 mm, the company has introduced both 3G and 4G versions of the device. These both come with 5-megapixel and 2-megapixel cameras, 1GB of RAM, 8GB or 16GB storage with microSD expansion plus a 2,350mAh battery. However, its rear-camera is upgraded to an 8MP rear-camera with LED flash. Chinese website Baidu posted a video about the smartphone which suggested that it would also be powered by a Qualcomm's Snapdragon 660 processor, 4GB of RAM along with 64GB of internal storage and a 3800mAh battery. It features a 5-inch HD display, a 1.3GHz MediaTek quad-core MT6737 chipset, 2GB RAM and 16GB onboard storage. The leaked video also showed that the Moto X4 will be made of metal and 3D glass and that it will have Turbo Charging capability, always-on voice, an IP68 rating, a smart camera, and what could be its own artificial intelligence. Motorola Moto C Plus has Accelerometer sensors. As of now, the phones will be available in Latin America, Europe, and Asia Pacific regions.
The company has priced the Moto C 3G version for $97 and the 4G version is priced at $108.