After recently expanding the Moto G series and the Moto E series, Chinese smartphone maker Motorola, which is currently owned by Lenovo is all set to add new models to its Moto C series of smartphones. It is expected to launch Moto C2 and Moto C2 Plus devices soon and both the models have appeared on some leaked renders that sheds some light on the design features. The new models of the Moto C series of devices may be launched in this month itself as the Moto C was launched in May last year. However, the launch date is yet to be announced by the company.
As per the leaked render courtesy of 91Mobiles, the design of the Moto C2 and the Moto C2 Plus are similar to the design elements of the Moto E4, although they do not sport any antenna bands. Both the models are expected to arrive with 16:9 aspect ratio display panels with thick bezels on the sides. Also as per the renders, both the models sport a selfie camera probably accompanied by a LED flash. The right edge of the smartphone features the volume rocker and the power button.
The Moto C Plus variant appears to feature a home button-embedded fingerprint sensor on the front panel, while the Moto C2 seem to sport the Motorola brand logo instead of the home button on the front. However, the home button-embedded fingerprint scanner feature is not very clear as of now. Apart from these, both the models are seen to feature a single rear camera with an LED flash arranged in a circular configuration. The Moto C2 Plus also features a secondary microphone for noise cancellation purposes.
The internal specifications of the two models and the price and availability are all unknown as of now. However, going by the launch pattern of Motorola, it can be expected that the devices will be launched very soon. We are also expecting an announcement from the Chinese company shortly regarding the specifications and the launch date.