Moto C has been in the spotlight for a while now. Recently, it stopped by at the FCC suggesting an imminent launch. And now, it has been cleared by the EAC (which can be considered as a Russian equivalent of FCC) hinting that we are not very far away from the official launch.
The EAC listing, however, doesn’t reveal much except for a couple of model numbers: XT1750 and XT1754. We guess one of them to be the Moto C with the other one being the Moto C Plus.
We already know pretty much everything about the Moto C as well as the Moto C Plus, courtesy endless leaks. According to the rumors, the Moto C should get a 5-inch display with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels while the Plus variant is also expected to get the same 5.0-inch display but with HD resolution.
The major difference between both the handsets is said to come in terms of the processor. While both the Moto C and C Plus are believed to be powered by the MediaTek chipsets, the standard model is again said to come in two different configurations. One would support only 3G whereas the other would offer support for 4G as well. The Plus variant, on the other hand, will come with support for 4G only.
Also, the standard variant is expected to pack either 8GB or 16GB of onboard storage based on the chipset used and the region while the Moto C Plus will be made available only in 16GB.
The Moto C is speculated to come with 1GB of RAM whereas its bigger sibling is expected to pack either 1GB or 2GB of RAM.
In terms of imaging, the Moto C is supposed to feature a 5MP sensor at the back and a 2MP sensor at the front. The Moto C Plus will have the same sensor at the front, but it will get an 8MP sensor at the back.
Another major difference comes in the form of battery capacity. The standard variant will have a 2,350mAh battery while the bigger variant will get a 4,000mAh battery. Both the models will run Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box.