Motorola has launched the latest series in its range of smartphones which is the Moto C series. The Moto C series from Motorola produces the cheapest range of smartphones from the company.
The Moto C features a 5-inch display with a screen resolution of 854 x 480 pixels, MediaTek MT6737M chipset, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB/16GB storage options with a microSD card slot for an additional 32GB of storage. On the imaging front, the Moto C gets you 2MP front cam, while at the back, it makes do with a 5MP camera. The Moto C features a 2,350mAh battery, and comes with Android 7.0 Nougat pre-installed. The Moto C comes at a budget price so the presence of Android Nougat on the phone is excellent from the company.
The device comes in Pearl White and Starry Black colors. There’s also a dual-SIM card slot on Moto C for those who use more than one wireless carrier for service, letting users switch between providers on the go. The textured back cover prevents fingerprint smudges that so often grace more premium handsets and provides a touch of elegance and style for those who believe that budget-friendly handsets should still look premium.
Apart from the budget friendly price-tag and the latest Android version, there is nothing much to like about the Moto C released by Motorola. Xiaomi Redmi 4 smartphone has been launched recently which betters Moto C in almost every department, for INR 6,999 (that’s only INR 1,000 more), we really doubt how many people would be pleased to own a INR 5,999 costing Moto C over Xiaomi Redmi 4 — heck, even same-priced Redmi 4A beats Moto C to death.
Also one thing to note in particular is that Xiaomi is providing the budget options from several years whereas Motorola has started to come in this segment recently so Xiaomi has an edge here as well.