Lenovo on Monday officially unveiled the Moto C and Moto C Plus, two of the most affordable Moto smartphones ever conceived (and the subject of multiple rumors as of late).
Motorola's entire line-up for 2017, including Moto Z, Mot X, Moto E and Moto C, were previously leaked by tipster Evan Blass. While both do have 2 GB RAM and 16 GB storage configurations, there's a possibility that a 3 GB RAM Moto E4 Plus model will be available.
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 new Moto C and Moto C Plus will be going on sale in Latin Europe, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific beginning this spring. As for the cameras, the front one is a LED 2MP, while the rear has a bigger 8MP. Unlike the other low-priced smartphones, we don't see any major customizations or the inclusion of bloatware apps. The highlight of the Moto Z2 Force seems to be the dual rear camera setup. It will have a 3800mAh battery, a fingerprint sensor at the front, and a laser autofocus camera.
Moto E4 will ship with Android 7.1.1 Nougat. Inbuilt storage offering is at 16GB. It will also feature a 64-bit quad-core MediaTek processor at 1.3GHz of clock-speed. It has a 2350mAh battery and comes in colours such as metallic cherry, pearl white, fine gold and starry black. The device will apparently ship with 3GB of RAM along with 32GB of built-in storage, which can be expanded with microSD cards of up to 128GB in capacity.
The Moto Z2 Play is expected to get a 5.5-inch full high-definition (HD) display with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 processor and 4 GB of RAM powering it up.
Moto C Plus happens to be the leader amongst the duo in terms of spec write up, it has a clearer display and a 4G network option.
Motorola is expected to unveil its new line of smartphones soon enough and leaks hint at an exciting mix of specs, features, and aesthetics. The biggest discrepancy between the two, however, is the battery.