Published: Sat, May 20, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Motorola launches entry-level Android smartphones Moto C, Moto C Plus

Motorola launches entry-level Android smartphones Moto C, Moto C Plus

We don't know exactly the latest figures but we know Motorola is selling fast its numerous Moto devices. Yes, you heard that right. The leaks of smartphones usually happen when the device is announced and only one at a time. But when they do launch, they're expected to cost 150 Euro ($165) and 190 Euro ($210) for the Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus, respectively. Separately, press renders of Moto Z2 Force and Moto Z2 Play, have been leaked online as well. If you take a close look at the measurements of the two handsets, you will find that the Moto C is the one which is the slightly larger one.

Noted leakster Evan Blass has come up with a snapshot of all that the company intends to launch in 2017.Here is the list of new Moto devices. Meanwhile, the Moto C Plus will be available at Argos. It is seen to be sporting the same design language as Moto G5 smartphones.

Moto C will come equipped with a few connectivity levels to choose from.

According to leaked details, the biggest highlight feature of the Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus will be the massive 5000mAh battery.

The Moto G series comes next and the challenge here for Motorola will be to hold on to the huge legacy that its predecessors have left behind. The screen is the same 5in affair as the Moto C, but as a 1280x720p HD resolution.

Furthermore, it also reveals that the upcoming Motorola will come with a front-mounted fingerprint scanner and a front-facing dual LED flash.

Although not official from Motorola, someone has already gained access to the images and specs of the Moto E4 and E4 Plus. The presentation photo shows a total of nine phones, including the rumored Moto X, which is said to be coming with the Moto X4 name. Both of them are going to have a 720p display with 5-inch and 5.5-inch 2.5D screens respectively. The biggest change is the 4000 mAh battery capacity inside this phone.

Last year, the Lenovo-owned Motorola made a rather odd move. This should include a regular Moto Z2, a Moto Z2 Force, and a Moto Z2 Play. It also supports Gigabit LTE Moto Mods and Snapdragon 835 SoC processor.

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