The smartphone market in India is thriving with a number of affordable options and Motorola today added another device to the pool. The Lenovo-owned company launched its Moto C Plus which is said to be its cheapest smartphone so far. The smartphone boasts entry-level but impressive features. The smartphone will be available online in an exclusive sale on Flipkart starting tomorrow at 12PM. But before you make the purchase decision here are the top five features of the Moto C Plus you need to know:
To begin with, the Moto C Plus is priced at Rs 6,999 which not only makes it apt for the budget category but also one of the cheapest offerings from Motorola. The Moto C Plus is a variant of the Moto C which was launched earlier this year at Rs 1,000 less and brings improvements under the hood. So together, both the Moto C Plus and Moto C are the most budget-friendly smartphones coming from Motorola’s umbrella.
The selfie-obsessed nation that India has gradually turned into has compelled smartphone makers to introduce selfie-specific features as well. The Moto C Plus might not impress with its camera configuration which includes an 8-megapixel rear camera along with a 2-megapixel front camera with f/2.8 aperture, however, it does include a front LED flash which is aimed at ensuring your selfie are better irrespective of the low megapixel count. ALSO READ: Moto C Plus vs Xiaomi Redmi 4 vs Micromax Evok Power vs Coolpad Note 5 Lite: Comparison
One of the talking points of the Moto C Plus is its mammoth battery capacity. It is fuelled by a 4,000mAh battery which is supported with Rapid Charger for fast charging. Motorola claims that it can provide up to 30 hours of backup on a single charge. The given battery capacity also makes the Moto C stand neck and neck with the current favorite in the budget category – Xiaomi Redmi 4.
One of the handful smartphones, especially in the under Rs 10,000 category, to boast the newest Android OS; the Moto C Plus runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat out-of-the-box. What also makes it worth the top feature list is that Motorola is not bundling any bloatware, making it for a pure Android experience. It is also noteworthy that the MediaTek MT6737 SoC that powers the Moto C Plus also powers the recently launched Nokia 3. However, the latter is priced slightly more at Rs 9,499. ALSO READ: Moto C Plus vs Moto C: Price, specifications and features comparison, and which one should you buy
Along with latest Android Nougat experience, the Moto C Plus features Google Assistant. The digital assistant brings premium level user engagement with a device to an affordable smartphone. It is a voice-controlled feature which allows users to ask questions, set reminders, etc on the compatible smartphone.