Background and Identification
Produced by Motorola, the Moto C Plus is a smartphone made mainly for emerging markets as a low-end phone. It was released on May 1, 2017, alongside the Moto C, and was aimed to offer reasonable specs at a low price in an attempt to compete with Chinese manufacturers that offer low cost smartphones.
Compared to the Moto C, the Moto C Plus packs a higher-resolution 5-inch display, a bigger 4,000mAh battery and a more powerful 8MP rear camera. There's also a 2MP front camera, 1GB or 2GB of RAM, a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, and Android 7.
Moreover, the devices are the same with a few exceptions. For example, the Moto C Plus has a higher clock rate in its processor, at 1.3 GHz, compared to the 1.1 GHz of the Moto C. Then, the Moto C Plus has an IPS-based display and an exchangeable battery. The standout feature for the Moto C Plus is its near stock version of its operating system, the Android 7.
- Display: 5.00-inch (720 x 1280)
- Chipset: MediaTek MT6737
- CPU: 1.3GHz quad-core
- RAM: 2 GB
- Storage: 16 GB, expandable up to 32 GB via microSD
- Rear Camera: 8 MP, LED flash
- Front Camera: 2 MP, LED flash
- OS: Android 7.0
- USB OTG
- 2 SIMs
- Weight: 162 g
- Dimensions: 144.00 mm x 72.30 mm x 10.00 mm