Moto C Entry Level Android Phone Launches in India

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Moto C finally comes to India, Earlier it was launched in Europe. The main highlight of the phone is, Moto C is an ultra budget phone which runs on Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. The Phone comes in Metallic Cherry, Pearl White, Fine Gold or Starry Black color variants.

Motorola Moto C

Moto C packs with a 5 inch 854×480 pixel resolution display. It is powered with 1.3 GHz MediaTek processor which is paired with 1 GB of RAM sand 16 GB of Internal Storage which can be further expandable via microSD. It is packed with 5MP primary camera and 2 Mp of front camera.  The phone is backed up by the 2,350mAh battery.

Sudhin Mathur, Managing Director, Motorola Mobility India & Country Head, Lenovo Mobile Biz Group says-

According to the reports fewer people are expected to upgrade to smartphones because of concerns over price, need and ability to use. We see this as a huge opportunity for a brand like us to initiate the smartphone journey for feature phone users. At Motorola, we focus on mobility through device innovation, user-centric design and smart connectivity to offer the best possible smartphone experience to the consumers.

Moto C will be available at Rs. 5,999 in all leading stores across 100+ cities in the country. Moto C will directly compete with Xiaomi Redmi 4 and Redmi 4A in India.

In Europe Moto C was launched along with Moto C Plus but now in India there is still no information about that. Whether it will be launched in India or Not.

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