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Moto Z, C, X, E, G: All details leak
November 25 2017, 07:40 | Alexander Lowe
Till now it leaked only about the display in these new smartphones. However, there is no information about the Indian launch and availability, but one can expect it real soon. It lists two smartphones from each of the company's "C", "E", "G", and "Z" series.
Many might be wondering if Motorola has killed its Moto X series as it's been a while since the handset from the family was released. With an expected retail of around €119 or $180 AUD before local taxes, the Moto C Plus seems to offer much better overall value, assuming you can cover the additional cost. As you can guess from their names, the new Moto C models sit below the Moto E line, making them the most affordable Motorola smartphones yet. One is the Moto C, and the other is the Moto C Plus.
Coming to the smaller, Moto C, the device sports a 5-inch FWVGA display with a screen resolution of 854 x 480 pixels. The Moto G5 was recently announced but it appears that the company is planning to release an upgraded version with the Moto gS. Moto C Plus is backed up by 4000 mAh Battery. Knowing Motorola's ability to provide reliable and frequent updates to their line-up we expect the C range to be a great addition to the fleet of handsets now under the Moto banner. "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. Reports suggest that the smartphone will include a 5.2-inch display with SmartCam and 3D glass.
So, these are the new Moto C devices. It named Moto X (2017) as "Unlimited Perfection". The rear camera is also capable of recording HD videos. It will also have the latest Snapdragon 660 SoC processor, 4GB RAM and 64GB of inbuilt memory. Combined with the low-power processors and low-resolution screens, both phones should have great battery life in real-world usage.
This is the final lineup of Motorola for this year. The Moto Z Play and Moto Z Force will have Moto Mods compatibility. As seen from the image, there are going to be two devices.