Recently I talked about the Motorola Moto C which is the smallest low end smartphone that will be launched alongside the mid range Motorola Moto C Plus. The Plus version of the Motorola Moto C has a 5.0 inch screen, runs on Android Nougat, has 720p resolution and 4000mAh advanced battery.
This handset is an advanced version of the Motorola Moto C based on the specifications and power. Motorola Moto C Plus is nicely designed just as other Moto smartphones have been. This device is expected to be released in the month of June, 2017 and just around this time will we see the launch of the Moto C.
It sports 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM. On top of that the device has an SD card slot. With this you can not miss anything as you can adjust your secondary storage to any of your choice but not above 32GB.
Below are key specifications of the Motorola Moto C Plus smartphone.
- Display: 5.0″ inch HD screen
- Display resolution: 720*1280 pixels
- Runs on Android 7.0 Nougat
- Quad core processor clocking at 1.3GHz
- 2GB RAM
- 16GB ROM (internal storage)
- SD card slot: Yes, up to 32GB
- Supports 2G, 3G and 4G
- 8MP primary camera; 2MP front snapper
- 4000mAh Li-Po battery
From the above key specifications you can decide that actually this is a good phone. A 5.0″ screen that offers HD experience.
It runs on Android 7.0 Nougat, one of the best things I love. Quad core processor with 1.3GHz, not so good though. The graphics handler is a Mali-T720 MP2 GPU.
With 2GB RAM, it runs to the likes of Tecno J8, Camon C9, Majority of Infinix phones etc. It also has 16GB internal storage with a memory card slot up to 32GB.
It sports dual cameras; the front and back camera. The rear camera (primary) has an 8 megapixels sensor whilst the front snapper has a 2MP camera sensor.
On overall another stunning feature about the Motorola Moto C Plus is the battery. This handset has a huge battery of capacity 4000mAh. The battery is a lithium ion polymer battery with advanced technology. It supports fast charge.