Next Moto X Won't Be Coming With MotoMod?

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Motorola has finally introduced the much-awaited Moto C series with the launch of Moto C and Moto C Plus smartphones.

Made for emerging markets outside of the USA - which apparently includes Asia Pacific, meaning we could see it around us - Motorola is this week introducing the C, an even more economically friendly model with a lower price tag, which from the looks of things could see it seriously compete with the budget phones arriving from the likes of Oppo, ZTE, and everyone else trying to get in on the ground level. The standard Moto C will start at €89 for a 3G-only model with 8 GB storage, while a 4G counterpart will start at €99, also with 8 GB storage.

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Over the weekend new leaks sprung regarding an upcoming Motorola smartphone that some had been referring to as the Moto X 2017, but now appears to be branded the Moto X4.

Motorola team members are doing hard work to release the Moto E4, E4 Plus along with affordable Moto C and C Plus handsets. The Moto C Plus starts at €119 (~INR 8300) with 1GB RAM/16GB.

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Motorola today expanded its like of Moto devices with two new entries, the Moto C and Moto C Plus.

On the flip side, the Moto C Plus comes with the same 5-inch screen, but the resolution has been bumped to 720 x 1280 pixels.

The big deal however is the battery, which packs a massive capacity of 3800 mAh. The phone comes in two variants, one that supports 3G, while another one will support 4G. On the other hand, the latter - aside from offering Moto Mods support - will also feature gigabit LTE and ShatterShield. However, unlike display size that has been the differentiating factor all through, for the Moto C, that has been with the pixel density. It's got 1GB RAM, 8GB storage, and comes with low-end cameras: 2MP on the front and 5MP on the back.

Moto C had an FWVGA (Full Wide Video Graphics Array) display, and C Plus contains an HD panel with 4000mAh battery. The larger phone will also be available in the same Metallic Cherry, Pearl White, Fine Gold, or Starry Black colours. Motorola has yet to make an official announcement regarding its plans for the Moto Z2 Force and Moto Z2 Play, but we'll keep you up to date as soon as more information becomes available.