Motorola Moto C: Specifications Review
The Motorola Moto C is a budget Android smartphone that recently became available in Nigeria. The Moto C is one of the first Motorola smartphones to launch in the country years after the exit of the brand from the market.
That said, here is what the Moto C has to offer
Highlights – why you should buy it
Operating System: Android 7.0 (Nougat)
CPU: Quad-core 1.1 GHz Cortex-A53
RAM: 1 GB (3G) / 2GB (4G)
Internal Memory: 8/16 GB
Micro SD: Yes, up to up to 32 GB
The Moto performance profile is one of the features why you should consider buying the phone. You get a Quad-core 1.1 GHz Cortex-A53 chipset that is coupled with either 1GB (3G version) or 2GB (4G version) RAM.
The profile doesn’t really stand out since it’s pretty much the standard that most now expect from budget smartphones. Other than that, you an option between 8 or 16 GB as internal storage plus a MicroSD slot that can handle up to 32GB of memory.
The price of the Moto C is the second highlight of the Moto C. click here to view price
Display Size: 5.0 inches
Display Type: TFT capacitive
Screen Resolution: 480 x 854 pixels
Screen Resolution Density: 196 ppi
Screen Protection: None
The Moto C has one of the worst display profiles for a smartphone in its price group. You get a 5.0-inch TFT capacitive that sports a 480 x 854 pixels resolution.
This is weak considering a 720 x 1280 Pixels resolution is now the standard and Motorola could have done much better.
Dimensions: 145.5 x 73.6 x 9 mm
Weight: 154 g
The Moto C features a polycarbonate candy bar design that looks quite good. Not much can be said about it.
Rear Camera: 5 MP
Secondary Camera: 2 MP
LED Flash: Yes
The Moto C offers a 5MP rear camera for general photography and a 2MP camera for selfies/
Battery and Extras
Battery Capacity: Li-Po 2350
A Li-Po 2350 battery powers the Moto C.
Rivals of the Moto C include the Infinix SMART and TECNO Spark
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