New Moto E4 Plus Gold & Black Press Renders Leak

New Moto E4 Plus Gold & Black Press Renders Leak

Motorola's latest entry level smartphones offer the users with the most basic of features, but they also come in at a very low price.

What do you make of this move by Lenovo and their Moto C phones? There are two phones under the Moto C badge.

Motorola's new Moto C and C Plus handsets are 5-inch 4G smartphones running Android 7.0 (Nougat) and promising budget price tags but competitive performances and battery lives. In terms of the optics, the rear-facing primary camera on the handset will have a 13-megapixel sensor with autofocus, while the front-facing selfie cam will be a fixed-focus 5-megapixel unit. The phone comes in four colors- Metallic Cherry, Pearl White, Fine Gold or Starry Black, however, the availability will vary by country.

The Moto C Plus is a step up from its younger kin in the screen resolution, chipset clock speeds, RAM capacity, rear camera, and battery capacity. Both the phones are powered by the same quad-core processor, but the Moto C has just 1GB of RAM and 8GB/16GB of internal storage. "As mentioned above, the leaked image stated that the C and C Plus both sport 5" displays, but the Moto C Plus will have a larger display than it's non-Plus counterpart. Motorola will release both phones in Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific markets later this year.

Lenovo takes another shot at the midrange category with their new Moto C and Moto C Plus, the two devices are literally cheap but duly appreciate the specs they came with. The phone will run on the latest Android 7.1.1 and will support connectivity option including 4G/LTE, / LTE, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC (optional), WLAN 802.11 a / b / g / n and Global Positioning System. The 3G version of Moto C will be available at €89 (≈$97), with the 4G version costing €99 (≈$108). It also comes with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage but is fuelled by a beefy 4000mAh battery.

On the outside, the Moto C and the MotoC Plus look nearly identical. However, unlike display size that has been the differentiating factor all through, for the Moto C, that has been with the pixel density.