Other than the Moto C, Lenovo also announced the Moto C Plus.
These devices were made to cater those people who are looking for a budget-friendly smartphone. This handset is obviously a more high-end version of the former but is still on the budget side.
Traditionally, a “Plus” version of a smartphone means that it will naturally have a larger display. However, that is not the case with the Moto C Plus.
Both of the said handsets share the same screen size of 5-inches. It looks like they also share the same design and build quality, so it will be really hard to tell the difference between the two at first look.
The main difference between the two lies in the hardware inside. The Plus version, despite having the same screen size, has a sharper 1280 x 720 resolution display, in contrast to the FWVGA panel that the cheaper model has.
It also has a huge 4000mAh battery, a larger 8-megapixel sensor at the back. Despite being a more ‘advanced’ smartphone, it will only be available in a 16GB variant and no multiple configurations available.
Moto C Plus Specs
|Operating System||Android 7.0 Nougat|
|Display||5-inches TFT HD display
1280 x 720, ~294ppi
|CPU||1.3GHz MediaTek MT6737 quad-core processor|
expandable via microSD up to32GB
|Connectivity||WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
|Dimensions||144 x 72.3 x 10mm|
|Battery||4000 mAh Li-Po removable battery|
The Moto C Plus will be coming alongside the Moto C in Latin America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. There’s no specific release date yet but it is expected to land in June with a price of €119.00 (~Php6,400).