Motorola Moto C Plus to launch in India today


Lenovo-owned Moto on June 19 will announce the launch of Moto C Plus, another budget-friendly Moto smartphone in the Moto C series in India.

Motorola has revealed that they are going to launch a new smartphone in the event held on June 27 and we can confirm that the Moto Z2 and Moto Z2 Force will be unveiled together on the same event. And, it seems that Motorola was also thinking the same as its fans, as is evident from the latest AnTuTu leak about the upcoming Moto Z2 smartphone. "Yes, it's a cool place to be at!" It may also be available on offline channels like with the Moto C launched a few months earlier. Fuelled by 4000mAh battery, the phone runs on Google's Android 7.0 Nougat. Flipkart will host the first sale of the Moto C Plus on Tuesday at 12 noon. Interested users can watch it on the Moto India YouTube page, once the event starts. The device is powered by a 1.3GHz MediaTek MT6737M quad-core Cortex-A53 processor along with Mali-T720 GPU to handle the graphics. Moto C Plus comes in a variety of colour options, Metallic Cherry, Fine Gold, and Starry Black. The Moto C, on the other hand, is a little cheaper at Rs 6,200. Chances are that, similar can be the case with the Moto C Plus as well. However, there is difference between these two phones when it comes to screen resolution, rear camera, and battery.

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As far as the camera is concerned, Moto X Play sports a 21-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 5-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

Talking about the price, the smartphone was launched at a price of Euros 119, which roughly translates to about Rs. 8,000. The Moto Z2 has been listed on the Benchmarking website AnTuTu and with this listing we can see its features and specifications. Before Moto C, the Moto E3 Power was the lowest-priced Motorola phone in the Indian market.