Lenovo has announced two new low-end entry-level smartphones: Moto C and Moto C Plus. Devices that ensure the essential from the point of view of the technical sheet and whose price is below the 130 euros.
Are they the replacements of Moto E? If you keep to the fact sheets and prices, the Moto C and C Plus have all of its successors. Lenovo has just announced this morning, at the price of 119.99 euros for the Moto C and 129.99 euros for the Moto C Plus.
A Motorcycle C that makes the trade union minimum
The Moto C, first of all, looks like a 5-inch FWVGA (854 × 480) smartphone. It features a SoC MediaTek MT6737m with four cores at 1.1 GHz, 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory expandable with a micro-SD card of up to 32 GB. All its technical characteristics seem to have been reduced to a minimum: there is a 5 MP photo sensor at the rear and 2 MP at the front, a battery of 2,350 mAh (which is not bad given the definition Of the screen) only captures the WiFi 802.11 b / g / n and does not have an NFC sensor. It is however installed on Android 7.0 Nougat.
The phone will be available during the month of June at a price of 119.99 euros in the colors Scintillating Black, Gold refined and Cherry metallic.
Moto C Plus, which focuses on endurance
The Moto C Plus is a little more attractive. For 10 euros more, there is a screen, always 5 inches, definition HD (1280 × 720), the same SoC Mediatek with a slightly higher frequency and 1 or 2 GB of RAM. The internal memory is always 16 GB (expandable with a micro-SD card), but its battery is more than consequent: 4 000 mAh. The back camera is also a little better off with a sensor of 8 MP at the back and 5 MP at the front.
Like the Moto C, the Moto C Plus will be available in the course of next month at a price of 129.99 euros. A gentle rate that reserves it for those who need an extra smartphone or who do not want to spend fortunes in a mobile.