Motorola is introducing a new line of Moto C-series phones in the budget segment.
Motorola Moto C will sell in a 3G-only 8GB model for 89 Euros (Rs 6260) while the 4G model will cost you 99 Euros (Rs 6960).
The Lenovo Moto C is the basic model with that 5-inch screen, in 3G with 1.3GHz 32-bit MediaTek quad-core CPU or 4G with 1.1GHz 64-bit quad-core MediaTek CPU. The screen is the same 5in affair as the Moto C, but as a 1280x720p HD resolution.
In terms of specs, the Moto C gets a 1.1 GHz quad-core MediaTek processor and 1GB of RAM, plus 16GB of memory and a pair of basic cameras (5 MP and 2 MP).
The Moto C Plus will also ship with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box and comes in the same range of colours.
For the past few months, we had a hint of Motorola's plans. The phones will be released this spring across Latin America, Europe, and the Asian-Pacific.
The Moto C Plus is a larger version of the Moto C, with a 4000mAh battery, which Motorola says will last up to 30 hours on one charge.
A new Moto X will finally be unveiled. The company is pushing the Moto C as everyone's "first smartphone" and has set its sights on emerging markets where cheap smartphones with impressive features are expected to make a killing.
As per the report, Moto X 2017, also dubbed as Moto X4 will feature a 5.2 inch Full HD (1080p) display with 3D Glass covered metal body and SmartCam. They have the same rectangular fingerprint reader below the display reminiscent of the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus, and both sport a front-facing camera with LED flash. When it comes to mobile imaging, the Moto E4 boasts of an 8MP rear while the E4 Plus has 13 megapixels. Connectivity wise, the Moto C Plusincludes Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2 Low Energy, GPS with A-GPS, and 4G VoLTE. Selfie shooters on both phones are 5MP. The E Plus is coming with a 5000 mAh battery as it seems and will keep you running at least for two days.