What do you think of the new Moto C and C Plus?
It was only a day back that the entire list of upcoming Motorola smartphones was leaked in a presentation.
From other leaks, there were seven more phones from Moto beginning with the model numbers XT which have received Wi-Fi certification from Wi-Fi Alliance as seen on the report from MobileXpose. The latest leak comes in the way of a video of the device, where the Moto X is being presented to the audience along with details of its specifications.
Motorola today expanded its like of Moto devices with two new entries, the Moto C and Moto C Plus.
One of the biggest revelations about the Moto X 2017 has something to do with its design.
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According to the leak, Motorola will release no fewer than nine phones later this year, which will lead to a crowded lineup. Although, the devices are named as Moto GS and Moto GS Plus in the purported leak image. The phone is backed up by the 2,350mAh battery.
Now "g" series phones will have two variants- gS and gS+.
The other new addition is the Moto C Plus, which will start at €119 for the 1GB RAM variant, but there's a 2GB of RAM model as well. The Moto X 2017 has now been spotted in FCC Listings as Moto XT1766. The Moto GS is going to have 5.2-inch full HD display with full metal body whereas the gS Plus is going to sport a dual-lens rear camera and a 5.5-inch full HD display. Furthermore, the smartphone is expected to come with dual camera system with a dual-LED flash and also laser auto-focus. The same video lets you know from a Chinese translation that the device will feature a 5.5-inch screen with the so-called 3D finish. An important selling point of this product is the hefty 4,000 mAh battery which is said to be able to keep the phone alive for up to 30 hours on a single charge. The Moto C (3G) is available in Black and White starting at €89 ($97), while the 4G variant starts at €99 ($109) in Black, White, Cherry or Gold.
Moto E is one of the oldest versions in the Motorola smartphones range.
There are two phones under the Moto C badge.
It should be noted that these all the information are subjected to change until Lenovo itself confirms them.