The Moto C and Moto C Plus are Motorola’s latest gateway into the realm of Android phones. While the Plus is more expensive than the standard Moto C, it comes with a few bonuses while still being a cost-effective option.


Running on Android 7.0, the sleek, 5-inch smart phones should prove to be reliable companions. Both phones contain 16 GB of internal storage, and up to 32 GB can be added via their microSD slot. SIM cards can inserted into the dual-slotted device, too.

They also host two cameras, perfect for taking snapshots of your encounters or an adorable selfie. As the removable 4,000 mAh battery will generally keep for up to 30 hours, you won’t have to be deterred away from long photo shoots. If you’d instead prefer to film videos, your work can be recorded in HD at 30 frames-per-second. However, the rear camera is more powerful on the Plus.

According to CNET, the Moto C Plus will cost €119, which converts to around $131. Conversely, the Moto C begins at €89, or about $98. A full listing of their specs can be found at PC Advisor. But, regardless of which you’d prefer, both phones are cheaply priced, even if they aren’t cutting edge. Three aesthetic options will be available: Metallic Cherry, Starry Black and Fine Gold.

Both Androids will be released during the spring in three territories: Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America. There’s currently no word on a U.S. release.

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