Lenovo has announced two new affordable low-end devices today: the Moto C, and the more powerful Moto C Plus. What’s notable about both phones, but particularly the Plus edition, is the size of the batteries; the Moto C’s is 2350mAh, while the Moto C Plus comes with a much larger 4000mAh battery that will easily give you a full day’s usage.
The Moto C is very much Lenovo’s entry level device, it comes in several colours; Metallic Cherry, Pearl White, Fine Gold, and Starry Black. It’s equipped with a quad-core processor and is available with 3G or 4G, priced at €89 and €99 respectively. It’s got 1GB RAM, 8GB storage, and comes with low-end cameras: 2MP on the front and 5MP on the back. You’ll be able to add more space to the Moto C as it’s equipped with a microSD slot. The display size on the device is 5-inch, just like the Plus edition.
Meanwhile, the Moto C Plus, while still lower-end hardware, is a bit more impressive. It comes with 16GB of storage which can be expanded via microSD, along with either 1GB or 2GB of RAM. Its rear camera is also better with 8MP resolution, although the front camera is 2MP, just like the 'standard' Moto C model. The Moto C Plus starts at €119.
The expected release date for both phones is June 2017.