Motorola has revealed two new C-series entry-level handsets, confirming, in part, information published by American blogger, Evan Blass, who shared a photo on his Twitter account revealing the future of the brand's smartphone offer. This model includes a higher-quality 8-megapixel rear shooter, a 2-megapixel camera up front and a sizable 4,000mAh battery (the smaller Moto C only comes with a 2,350mAh battery).
Moto C is packed with a 5 inch 854×480 pixel resolution display. The Moto GS will reportedly have a 5.2-inch display, which is as large as the current Moto G5 Plus's, while the Moto GS Plus will feature an even larger, 5.5-inch display.
While both phones share design similarities with the Moto Gs announced earlier in the year, they expense with the metal pleasantries in order to keep the corners down.
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Buyers of the Moto C can choose between 8GB or 16GB of internal storage, with further expansion up to 32GB possible via a microSD card slot. The latest leak comes in the way of a video of the device, where the Moto X is being presented to the audience along with details of its specifications.
The American company is offering two versions of the Moto C, one with 3G capabilities and the other with 4G. Motorola is expecting Moto C will become famous as a 3G smartphone.
Lenovo-owned Motorola is expected to release a slew of smartphones in 2017. The Moto C will replace the Moto E as the cheapest Moto handset, which is great news.
The Moto C Plus will also ship with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box and comes in the same range of colours. Motorola also continues their "just because it's cheap doesn't mean it can't be colorful" push with this generation of low-cost smartphone, with the Moto C coming in Metallic Cherry, Pearl White, Fine Gold or Starry Black.