Chinese multinational technology company Lenovo-owned Motorola Mobility has launched its latest flagship Moto C in India at Rs. 5,999 and it will be available at all leading offline retail stores across over 100 cities in the country.
Moto C, which was launched last month was made available in two variants – a 3G version with 1GB RAM and 8GB internal storage priced at EUR 89 (which is around Rs. 6,400 in Indian value) and a 4G version with 1GB RAM and internal storage priced at EUR 99 (Approximately Rs. 7,100). However, the company has launched a whole new variant for India which comes with 1GB RAM and 16GB internal storage along with 4G VoLTE support and dual-SIM (micro-SIM) card slots.
The device comes with a 5megapixel primary camera with LED flash, 1.4-micron pixel, 74-degree field of view, fixed focus and 720p video recording. It also sports a 2megapixel secondary camera with LED flash, 63-degree field of view, 1-micron pixel and fixed focus. It runs on Android 7.0 Nougat and features a 5-inch FWVGA (480*854 pixels) display. It is powered by 1.1GGHz MediaTek MT6737M quadcore Cortex-A53 SoC. Its internal storage can be expanded up to 32GB via microSD card.
Moto C is backed by a 2350mAh removable battery. Measuring 145.05*73.6*9mm, the device weighs 154gm. It comes in two color variants – Fine Gold and Metallic Cherry, as per NDTV Gadget 360 Degrees.
The company has also launched Moto C Plus along with Moto C. Both the devices are very much similar in features and specification with some key differences. The differences are that Moto C Plus has a better display of 5-inch (720*1280 pixels), better RAM storage of 2GB, batter battery life of 4000mAh and better primary camera of 8megapixel with f/2.2 aperture, autofocus and LED flash.
After losing $4.3 billion from 2007 to 2009, American multinational telecommunication company Motorola was divided into two independent public companies – Motorola Mobility and Motorola Solutions in 2011. Motorola Solutions is regarded as the direct successor to Motorola with Motorola Mobility being a spin-off. Motorola Mobility was formerly owned by Google and now currently is owned by Lenovo.