Lenovo launched two new budget phones this week, the Moto C and the Moto C Plus.
The Lenovo Moto C is the basic model with that 5-inch screen, in 3G with 1.3GHz 32-bit MediaTek quad-core CPU or 4G with 1.1GHz 64-bit quad-core MediaTek CPU.
The Moto C and C Plus are nearly the same, with a few variations under the hood, among them the battery capacity.
Other specs include a 1.3 GHz MediaTek MT6737M quad-core processor, 2GB or 3GB RAM, and a 16GB built-in storage, . The Moto X4 will also come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of built-in storage.
Unfortunately, it doesn't look like Motorola will be bringing either of the Moto C devices to the US. But now both phones are official, and will be available "in various countries across Latin America, Europe, and Asia Pacific".More news: Ford brings Android Auto and Apple CarPlay to its 2016 fleet
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Motorola will soon dump an alphabet soup on the the smartphone market. The Moto G5 Plus will come with a 5.5 inch full HD display and a dual camera.
The Moto C Plus is a step up from its younger kin in the screen resolution, chipset clock speeds, RAM capacity, rear camera, and battery capacity.
Moto C Plus in Metallic Cherry.
Say goodbye to power banks, as the 4000 mAh battery gives your handset enough power that it can easily 30 hours, so now you don't have worry about battery life and use as many apps you like. The images don't really seem to contradict anything that had been rumored before, and show off a physical home button on the front, a single camera with flash on the back, and what looks like a 3.5 mm audio port on top.