Design and Display
The phone comes with a 5.00-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 pixels by 854 pixels at a PPI of 196 pixels for every inch. The screen size of 5 inches can be handled with one hand, unlike the other huge screens that require the engagement of both the hands for operating. The back case features micro-textured designs available in multiple color variants. The phone is available in three colors- Starry Black, Fine Gold, and Metallic Cherry. You can choose one in your favorite color and show off your phone with style. The dimension of the phone measures 145.50 x 73.60 x 9.00 and weighs 154.00 grams.
The Motorola Moto C is controlled by 1.1GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6737M processor. The device packs 1GB of RAM. For storage, you have a 16 GB internal capacity that can be extended up to 32 GB by means of a microSD card.
Speaking of the cameras, the Motorola Moto C is equipped with a 5-megapixel rear camera shooter on the backside with 1.4 microns and 74° lens. Additional features include Fixed Focus, LED flash, Burst mode, Panorama, HDR, Video: 720p (30fps), and Beautification. For the selfie personas, there is a 2-MP front shooter with 1.0 microns, 63° lens, Fixed Focus, LED flash, Burst mode, HDR, and Beautification for taking amazing self-snaps.
Software and Battery
The Motorola Moto C runs Android 7.0 Nougat and is powered by a 2350 mAh removable battery. You can watch your favorite movie or listen to a number of songs for hours on a single charge with the efficient 2350 mAh battery.
Connectivity and Sensors
Enjoy even further flexibility with the hybrid slot where you can either use dual SIM or a microSD card. The phone supports dual SIM (GSM) with Micro-SIM formats. Connectivity options incorporate Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, Headphone jack, FM, 3G, and 4G. The Motorola Moto C is a dual SIM (GSM) smartphone that accepts Micro-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, Headphones, FM, 3G and. Sensors on the phone include Accelerometer
Motorola Mobility was established in the year 2011. It was the result of the split of Motorola into two companies, with Motorola Solutions catering to the enterprize segment. Acquired soon after by Google, Motorola Mobility was sold to Lenovo in 2014. Motorola launched its first Android smartphone in 2009, and its first Android tablet in 2011.