Motorola has launched Moto C, a 4G LTE smart phone, in India, on June 2nd. The company has tried to include all important features in Moto C, compared with all other low-end phones that it has released recently.
It works on the latest version of Android, called 7.0 nougat. It comes with 1.1 ghz mediatek, MT6580m 64-bit quad core processor, which allows the user to open more than one app at a time and still maintain speed, which makes the phone function better than its earlier version.
The phone comes with a 5-inch awvga screen, displaying 'Moto' logo on top and the letter 'M' imprinted in the center, at the back of the phone. It comes in starry black, fine gold and metallic cherry colors. However, these colors are only for the back panel, and not in the front, which is standard black for all the sets. The phone is 9 mm thick, 145.5 mm long and 73.6 mm wide. It has a 2-megapixel front camera. A new feature, 'on light', has been introduced, for clearer selfies. Motorola vouches for picture perfect selfies, with this feature. There is a 5 mega pixel camera, LED auto flashlight and digital zoom, behind. A fixed focus lens has been fixed, for covering 74 degrees area. Video can be shot on 720 pixel clarity.
It has dual Micro SIM, which is GSM supported. SIM 1 is for 4G LTE. While calling from SIM 1, you can change it to SIM 2, with 'Change SIM' option. Calls can be changed vice versa, from SIM 2 to SIM 1. The option will appear on the dialling screen.
RAM 1GB and 16GB internal storage are other features. Provision for increasing storage to 32GB, through micro SD card is available. The phone weighs 154 gm. GPS option is available. However, it does not have finger print sensor option.
It has come into 100 Indian towns on June 2nd. The prices is Rs. 5,999. Motorola Indian firm Managing Director Sudeep Mathur said that some people are trying to upgrade their phones to smart phones and Moto C would be a big opportunity to do so.