Lenovo is moving forward by providing a new affordable smartphone line in the shape of the Lenovo Moto C. The company has announced two new smartphones that are going to be released with a recommended retail price of under €100. The Moto C and Moto C Plus will both be shipped with the Android 7.0 Nougat OS version and will surpass the Moto G line in terms of affordability.
Moto C will come equipped with a few connectivity levels to choose from. You can pick the 3G edition or the 4G edition. The overall specifications include an 845×480 pixels display resolution, 2,350 mAh battery, support for microSD, RAM capacity at 1G and the primary camera will have 5MP while the secondary one will have 2 MP. Storage capacity will have come in two editions, one with 8GB and one with 16GB.
Hardware-wise, there are some differences depending on the version that you pick. The 3G version, which has 8GB of storage, comes with a quad-core processor, that is clocked 1.3GHz, and a price of €89. However, the 4G version will come with a 64-bit quad-core processor clocked in at 1.1GHz and 16GB of storage. The price for the 4G version is just a little bit higher at €99.
The Moto C plus will have a few more additions in its configuration. It follows the previous ‘’Plus’’ concept of not making the smartphone bigger, but it does have better specifications. The screen is the same size as the Moto C version, but the resolution is a 1280×720 pixels HD variant.
The battery is also considerably bigger, at 4,000 mAh. As for the cameras, the front one is a LED 2MP, while the rear has a bigger 8MP. Processor-wise, it has a 64-BIT MediaTek quad-core set-up, internal storage of 16GB, microSD support, and a price of €119. As for the RAM, it will depend on your region but it will come in 2GB or 1GB.