Motorola targets developing markets with dirt cheap Moto C

As seen from the image, there are going to be two devices.

The entire Motorola 2017 line-up has been leaked, and the courtesy goes to Evan Blass, the mastermind of many online leak for years now.

For Lenovo and Motorola, the smartphone business is in trouble, and the company is facing tough competition from players like Oppo, vivo, which are doing much better in a market like China, as well as India.

Today, Motorola made a decision to raise the curtain on a pair of brand new smartphones, with the focus on affordability. Considering how far along things appear to be and the fact that Motorola is starting to reveal the device to private audiences, a public launch is probably not too far away. The Moto C will come with a 5-inch FWVGA display while the Moto C Plus will come with a 5 inch HD display along with a 4000 mAh battery.


Coming to the "e" series (UNLIMITED VALUE), there is a Moto e and a Moto e plus. In our previous article we already mentioned, Motorola will launch the Moto E and Moto E-Plus in mid-2017.

Moto E series is said to get two new models which namely are Moto E and Moto E Plus. Leaks had indicated the Moto E Plus would come with 5000 mAh battery, and it might weigh 198 grams and could be a bulky phone. For more details on the specs, you can have a look at our previous article. These models will target budget shoppers, but Motorola will also have ultra-affordable smartphones to cover all price ranges. Optics include a 8-megapixel rear camera with f/2.2 aperture, 1.12 micron pixels, autofocus, 71-degree field of view and an LED flash. It starts from the top end "Z" series phone and comes down to the entry level "c" series phone.

When is the Moto X4 2017 release date? The same video lets you know from a Chinese translation that the device will feature a 5.5-inch screen with the so-called 3D finish. It will also have the latest Snapdragon 660 SoC processor, 4GB RAM and 64GB of inbuilt memory. All of this points towards an exciting year for Motorola, with an expansion of its traditional categories. The new Moto Z Force on the other hand, will retain the same ShatterShield display as its predecessor but add support for 1 Gigabit LTE networks.

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