Motorola following the leak of the press renders of the media render for the expected Moto Z Force 2 has dazzled its fans with the possibility of what is expected to be its cheapest smartphones ever.
After hints of the soonest release of the Moto E4 and the E4 Plus variant as successors to the Moto E3 and the E3 Plus smartphone, the tech company has been hinted to be planning a possible release of the Moto C and the Moto C Plus variant which will come as the cheapest smartphone from the tech company in its history.
The new report indicates that the Moto C and Moto C Plus which are on their way will be Motorola’s cheapest smartphones to date with features including a 5Mp camera sensor on the rear panel and a 2MP camera sensor on the front panel.
The Moto C and C Plus whose pricing has not officially been released is said to be coming to the market with a 5-inch display boasting of a screen resolution of 854 x 480 pixels. The device, Moto C is expected to feature an FWVGA resolution while the C Plus will come bearing an HD resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels.
The Moto C Plus will also support 4G LTE connectivity option while the Moto C variant will be lacking in this aspect. Other differences asides this will be the battery capacity and other features under the hood.
The Moto C will support 3G and 4G network configurations with a MediaTek SoC under the hood. The processor, a 32-bit Octa-core CPU is clocked at a speed of 1.3GHz, and in contrast, the Moto C Plus will sport a 64-bit CPU with speed clocked at 1.3 GHz.
Under the hood, the standard Moto C will come with a 1GB RAM while the Moto C Plus is expected to vary between 1GB and 2GB of RAM size and an onboard storage size of 16GB.
The standard Moto C, however, is expected to come with either an 8GB of 16GB internal storage memory size with options for expansion using the microSD card.
On the battery front, the Moto C Plus is expected to feature 4,000 mAh battery while the standard Moto C will come powered by a 2,350 mAh battery.