Moto C

Motorola has officially launched the Moto C in India. The Moto C is part of the budget C series. The device has been priced at Rs. Rs. 5,999. The budget device is powered by a Quad core and comes with Android 7.0 Nougat. In this post, we are going to answer some frequently asked questions about the device.

Moto C Pros

  • Affordable
  • Android 7.0 Nougat
  • 4G VoLTE

Moto C Cons

  • 1 GB RAM
  • 2,350 mAh Battery

Moto C Specifications

Key SpecsMotorola Moto C
Display 5.0 inches
Screen Resolution 854 x 480 pixels
Operating SystemAndroid 7.0 Nougat
ChipsetMediatek MT6737M
Processor Quad Core 1.1 GHz
Memory1 GB
Inbuilt Storage 16 GB
Storage UpgrademicroSD, up to 32 GB
Primary Camera5 MP
Secondary Camera2 MP
Fingerprint SensorNo
NFCNo
4G readyYes
SIM card typeDual SIM
WaterproofNo
Battery 2,350 mAh

Moto C_Pearl White_Front_Back

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Question: Does the Moto C have dual SIM Slots?

Answer: Yes, it has dual SIM slots.

Question: Does the Moto C Support VoLTE?

Answer: Yes, it supports VoLTE out of the box.

Question: How much RAM and internal storage does the Moto C have?

Answer: The phone has 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of onboard storage.

Question: Does the Moto C have micro SD expansion option?

Answer: Yes, the Moto C supports micro SD expansion up to 32GB.

Question: What are the color options?

Answer: The device will be available in Pearl White and Starry Black color options.

Question: Does Moto C have the 3.5 mm headphone jack?

Answer: Yes, the device comes with a 3.5 mm audio jack.

Question: What are the dimensions?

Answer: 145.5 x 73.6 x 9 mm.

Question: What is the SoC used in the Moto C?

Answer: The device comes with a quad-core Mediatek MT6737M processor with four cores clocked at up to 1.1 GHz. The Mali-T720MP2 GPU handles the graphics.

Question: How is the display of the Moto C?

Moto C Plus_Starry Black_Front Angle

Answer: The Moto C comes with a 5 inch FWVGA display with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels. The device comes with a pixel density of ~196 PPI.

Question: Does the Moto C Support Adaptive Brightness?

Answer: Yes, the Moto C supports adaptive brightness.

Question: Which OS version, OS type runs on the phone?

Answer: The device runs on Android 7.1 Nougat with slight customizations.

Question: Does it have capacitive buttons or on-screen buttons?

Answer: The device comes with on-screen buttons.

Question: Does it come with a fingerprint sensor?

Answer: No, the budget device does not come with a fingerprint sensor.

Question: Does it support USB OTG?

Answer: Yes, it supports USB OTG.

Question: Does it come with a Gyroscope sensor?

Answer: No, it does not come with a gyroscope.

Question: Does it have Infrared Port?

Answer: No, the device does not come with Infrared port.

Question: What are the camera specifications on Moto C?

Moto C_Starry Black_Back Angle

Answer: The device comes with a 5 MP primary camera with an LED flash. On the front, it sports a 2 MP secondary camera for selfies.

Question: Does the camera support HDR mode?

Answer: No, the camera does not support HDR mode.

Question: Can we Play 4K Videos on the Moto C?

Answer: No, the Moto C can not play 4K videos.

Question: Is there any dedicated camera shutter button on the Moto C?

Answer: No, the device does not come with a dedicated camera shutter button.

Question: What is the weight of the Moto C?

Answer: The device weighs 154 grams.

Question: How loud is the loudspeaker?

Answer: In our initial testing, we found the speaker was loud enough.

Question: Can the Moto C be connected to a Bluetooth headset?

Answer: Yes, the can be attached to a Bluetooth headset.

Question: Is Mobile Hotspot Internet Sharing supported?

Answer: Yes, you can create a hotspot to share the internet from this device.

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