The C series of phones from Motorola are its most affordable and for this reason, it is imperative to keep the lineup updated. On that note, first ever renders of the upcoming Moto C2 and Moto C2 Plus have made appearance.
Unsurprisingly, the design is basic, very typical and probably a bit outdated by recent standards. But given their expected price points, it is ok for Motorola to not experiment with the design as such. There’s plenty of bodywork to start with – thick bezels on the sides while generous amount of real estate at the top and the bottom.
Both variants look similar, of course, but there is one apparent difference – the physical Home button which is available only on the C2 Plus variant and not on the C2. Additionally, the Home button will get the fingerprint sensor as well, which also means that it will not make its way into the C2.
As far as the camera is concerned, there’s no fancy dual camera setup here, just an old-school single-lens camera at the back and the front both accompanied by an LED flash. There’s no word on the pricing as yet but they shall be two of the most affordable smartphones in the market once launched.
Keep watching this space for more information on this and other upcoming budget smartphones in 2018.
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