Lenovo has taken the wraps off the Moto C and C Plus, the company’s latest budget phones. They pack impressive specs for a minuscule price that starts at under $100, making them Lenovo’s cheapest phones to date.
Both phones feature the same “micro-textured” backs and four color options with the typical wordy names, including Metallic Cherry, Pearl White, Find Gold and Starry Black. The colorful back panels are juxtaposed with the front black display.
Inside is where the differences are noticed. The Moto C comes with 2,350mAh battery, quad-core processor, 2MP front-facing camera and 5MP main camera with LED flash. The specs won’t blow you away, but they’re much more impressive when you consider its starting price of $97 (€89) for the 3G model. The 4G version will cost $108 (€99).
The Moto C Plus not only features a longer name but a bump in specs as well. It comes with a quad-core processor, 4,000mAh battery, dual-SIM slots, MicroSD expandability, 2MP camera and a 8MP main camera with LED flash. Lenovo is claiming the Moto C Plus will last up to 30 hours on a single charge. The C Plus will cost $130 (€119).
When and where will they be available?
The Moto C and Moto C Plus will be available later this spring. Unfortunately, they will only be available in certain countries in Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific.