In an effort to up its game, and remain a major contender in the smartphone industry, Lenovo brand Moto is currently getting set to release a heap of handsets, expected to land in the coming months.
The handsets include the Moto C, Moto C Plus, Moto E4, Moto E4 Plus, and the Moto Z2 Force, which have all been rumored for quite some time now.
While press renders have revealed the little they can so far, fresh reports have spotted the Moto C and Moto C Plus devices – been certified in Russia, which hints an imminent launch.
The handsets were cited on Russian import agency website EAC with their model numbers XT1750 and XT1754. The EAC certification which means that the handsets are in accordance with the Customs Union standard is enough reason to believe that the device might be dropping sooner than most people think.
Also, this development slightly reveals that both the Moto C and Moto C Plus are likely to be official in Russia soon.
The Moto C and Moto C Plus devices are being given off as entry-level handsets that the company claims would be cheaper than the Moto E series.
These handsets are also touted to support 4G with VoLTE and may feature polycarbonate bodies with removable back panels if we are going by recent renders.
Reports are also suggesting that only the Plus model could get 4G support while the Moto C will come with the 3G feature, corroborating earlier leaks that claimed the Moto C will be offered in a 3G-only variant alongside the 4G model.
The Moto C handset is said to come with entry-level specifications including a MediaTek MT6737m 64-bit quad-core processor equipped with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. The device is tipped to bear a 5-inch FWVGA (480×854) display, while a 2300mAh removable battery will be fitted with the smartphone.
As per optics, a 5-megapixel camera is expected to sit on the back of the Moto C, while at the front area, to sport a 2-megapixel shooter.