Technically to become the king of the market, one must focus on all price groups and that is what companies like Moto and Xiaomi are doing presently. Moto, which is now in charge of Lenovo will leave no stone unturned to beat its domestic competitor Xiaomi. After the launch of exclusive budget phones like Xiaomi Mi 4, Mi 4A, now Moto has also launched Moto C. Moto C is the cheapest Moto phone in India at just Rs. 5,999. Now, Mi 4 and Mi 4A are presently a huge success in India and it will be a tough race for Moto ahead. Now, let us look at the various specifications of Moto C.
Moto C : Build and Design
Well, smartphones with a price tag in this range usually feature a 5.0-inch screen and Moto C also followed that trend. It has a screen resolution of 480 x 854 pixels. It has succeeded the usual Moto look with curves across the corners. Dimensionally, Moto measures 145.5 x 73.6 x 9 mm and weighs around 154 grams. The phone has a neat and decent look, which is the specialty of Moto.
Processor and Memory
Moto C has a Mediatek MT6737M Quad-Core processor with a clock speed of 1.1 GHz. Also, it has 1 GB RAM, which may become a barrier for buyers. This may be because, these days, nobody wants a phone with 1 GB RAM. Also, Mi phones with a little bit more budget feature at least 2 GB RAM. It has an internal memory of 8GB for 3G Model and 16 GB for 4G Variant. The memory can be expanded via a microSD card up to 32 GB.
Moto C sports a 5MP rear camera with an L.E.D. flash. It supports some basic features like geo-tagging, touch focus, and panorama. It supports video recording of 720p@30fps. It has a front facing camera of 2 MP with an L.E.D. flash. The camera quality may not be up to the mark and users may get disappointed.
Moto C is powered by Android 7.0. It has a removable Li-Po battery with a capacity of 2350 mAh. Moto C will be available in Metallic Cherry, Pearl White, Fine Gold, Starry Black color variant.
There is nothing magical about this phone and is the cheapest Moto phone so far and as a reason, it will be hard for Moto to compete with Xiaomi.