Lenovo has unveiled the Moto C and C Plus — the company’s attempt at budget-friendly smartphones.
Their previous attempt was with the Moto E, priced at $129.
However, before you get this way 👇🏾because of the price tag (See below):
Why not check out the specs:
|Moto C (3G)||Moto C (4G)||Moto C Plus|
|Processor||1.3GHz MT6580m (32-bit, quad-core)|
Mali 400 GPU
|1.1GHz MT6737m (64-bit, quad-core)|
Mali T720 GPU
|1.3GHz MT6737 (64-bit, quad-core)|
Mali T720 GPU
|OS||Android 7.0||Android 7.0||Android 7.0|
|Display||5.0″ FWVGA (854×480)||5.0″ FWVGA (854×480)||5.0″ HD (1270×720)|
|Memory||8GB, microSD slot (up to 32GB)|
|LATAM: 8GB, microSD slot (up to 32GB)|
EMEA + APAC: 16GB, microSD (up to 32GB)
|16GB, microSD (up to 32GB)|
1GB / 2GB RAM
|Battery||2350mAh (removable)||2350mAh (removable)||4000mAh (removable)|
|Connectivity||802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.2, 3G||802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.2, 4G||802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.2, 4G|
|Other||MicroUSB port, 3.5mm headphone jack||MicroUSB port, 3.5mm headphone jack||MicroUSB port, 3.5mm headphone jack|
|Colors||Black, White||Black, White, Cherry, Gold||Black, White, Cherry, Gold|
|Dimensions||145.5 x 73.6 x 9.0mm|
|145.5 x 73.6 x 9.0mm|
|144.0 x 72.3 x 10.0mm|
The Moto C would have a price tag of $97 (Approx N37,000) while the C Plus would be priced at $130 (N50,000 with the current exchange rate).
While some Tecno and Infinix fanboys might look at the specs and price tag with a disgusted face because they can get better offerings.
A lot of people who are familiar with the Motorola brand might be moved to get one of these devices.
So, over to you:
Would you be willing to sacrifice what you get from Infinix/Tecno/iTel for one of these devices?