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Moto C Plus Specs, Features and Price in Nigeria

Check Out the Detailed Specification of Motorola Moto C Plus


Moto C Plus is part of the Moto C Family with it’s predecessor being Moto C. It has 5.0-inch screen with 66.2% screen-to-body ratio with a micro-textured back cover. It also comes with a Dual Nano SIM Slot.

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Moto C Plus possesses 8MP sharp back camera and 2MP front camera, your most cherished memories will be captured even in low light conditions.. It is powered by Android Nougat 7.0 OS with Quad-core 1.3 GHz CPU, 1GB / 2GB RAM and 16GB built-in storage is provided with a memory expansion slot that supports up to 32GB additional storage space via a microSD card.



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Full Specifications Of Moto C Plus

Weight :     162g
SIM :     Single/Dual Nano SIMs (Slot A: 2G/3G/4G | Slot B: 2G)
Launched :      May,2017
Released :      June, 2017

Dimensions :   144 x 72.3 x 10 mm (5.67 x 2.85 x 0.39 in)
Keyboard :    Touchscreen
Colors :   Starry Black, Fine Gold, Metallic Cherry

Type :    TFT, Capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors,
Size :   5.0-inch HD IPS Display, 720 x 1280 pixels (294ppi)
Multi touch :     YES

Memory And OS
Card slot :    YES, microSD, up to 32 GB
Internal :    16GB
OS :   Android 7.0 (Nougat)
CPU : Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A53
Processor make :   Mediatek MT6737 chipset
GPU:     Mali-T720MP2
RAM :   1GB RAM or 2GB RAM

Alert types :   mp3, WAV, FLAC, eACC+
Loudspeaker :    Yes
Audio port :    3.5mm jack                                                                                                                                           FM Radio :    Yes

2G :    YES
3G :    YES
4G :    YES
WIFI :    Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, hotspot,
Bluetooth :      Yes, v4.0, A2DP
GPS :    YES, with A-GPS
NFC :    NO
USB :    Yes, microUSB v2.0

Primary :     8MP, ƒ/2.2 aperture, 1.12 microns, 71° lens, Auto Focus, Single LED flash, Burst mode, Panorama, HDR, Beautification
Video :     YES, 720p(30fps)
Secondary :    2MP, ƒ/2.8 aperture, 1.0 microns, 63° lens, Fixed Focus, Single LED flash, Burst mode, HDR, Beautification

Battery Life
Capacity : Removable 4000 mAh (Li-polymer),
Active Standby : N/A
Talk time : N/A

Other Features
Sensors :    Accelerometer
Messaging :    SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
Browser :    HTML5

– MP4/H.264 player
– MP3/WAV/WMA eAAC+ player
– Organizer
– Image/video editor
– Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk
– Voice memo/dial/commands
– Predictive text input (Swype)

Moto C Plus Price in Nigeria

BUY NOW! from Jumia Nigeria from ₦35,000 – ₦45,000

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  1. moto c4G Screen Size 5.00-inch
    Resolution 480×854 pixels
    Storage 16GB
    Processor 1.1GHz quad-core
    RAM 1GB
    Rear Camera 5-megapixel
    Front Camera 2-megapixel
    OS Android 7.0
    Battery Capacity 2350mAh

  2. Motorola Moto C detailed specifications
    Release date May 2017
    Form factor Touchscreen
    Dimensions (mm) 145.50 x 73.60 x 9.00
    Weight (g) 154.00
    Battery capacity (mAh) 2350
    Removable battery Yes
    Colours Metallic Cherry, Pearl White, Fine Gold, Starry Black
    SAR value NA
    Screen size (inches) 5.00
    Touchscreen Yes
    Resolution 480×854 pixels
    Pixels per inch (PPI) 196
    Processor 1.1GHz quad-core
    Processor make MediaTek MT6737M
    RAM 1GB
    Internal storage 16GB
    Expandable storage Yes
    Expandable storage type microSD
    Expandable storage up to (GB) 32
    Rear camera 5-megapixel
    Flash Yes
    Front camera 2-megapixel
    Operating System Android 7.0

  3. Moto G4 Plus specs
    Weight: 155g.
    Dimensions: 153 x 76.6 x 9.8 mm.
    OS: Android 6.
    Screen size: 5.5-inch.
    Screen Resolution: 1080 x 1920.
    CPU: Snapdragon 617.
    RAM: 2GB.
    Storage: 16G

  4. Weight: 155g moto G4
    Dimensions: 153 x 76.6 x 9.8 mm
    OS: Android 6
    Screen size: 5.5-inch
    Screen Resolution: 1080 x 1920
    CPU: Snapdragon 617
    RAM: 2GB
    Storage: 16GB
    Battery: 3000mAh
    Rear camera: 16MP
    Front camera: 5MP

  5. moto G5S Screen Size 5.50-inch
    Resolution 1080×1920 pixels
    Storage 32GB
    Processor 2GHz octa-core
    RAM 3GB
    Rear Camera 13-megapixel
    Front Camera 8-megapixel
    OS Android 7.1
    Battery Capacity 3000mAh

    1. You have every right bro… But you can’t just compare this with other products…though I respect your choice

  6. what is the Moto C Plus? Who is it aimed at? Lenovo claims that the C Plus is aimed at the youth who want an affordable smartphone with excellent battery life, the latest software, expandable storage and a premium design. So basically, the whole package. That is a pretty high standard to set.

  7. So does the Moto C Plus succeed on these counts? It does achieve some of the goals Lenovo set out to achieve with it, but also stumbles quite a bit on others. The other challenge that the phone faces is the strong competition in this segment. T

  8. There are phones like the Xiaomi Redmi 4, which seem to make all the right compromises in order to achieve their low price tag. So how does Motorola competes in the segment? The company is banking on the combination of stock Android and great battery life to help it fight. Does it succeed? Let’s find out.

  9. Let’s get one thing clear right off the bat – the Moto C Plus does not look or feel very premium. The smartphone is constructed out of plastic and is quite chunky and heavy. Its primary competitor on the other hand, the Redmi 4, comes with a sleek metal body and does not look like a smartphone that costs less than 7,000 rupees. But then Redmi 4 is more of an exception in this price bracket.

  10. he Moto C Plus comes with a metal-like ring around the front fascia, which is actually made of plastic and looks a little tacky – the smartphone would have been better off without it. The smartphone is also quite thick. While many would point that down to the massive 4,000mAh battery – the Redmi 4 also comes with a similarly sized battery and is much slimmer.

  11. with this out of the way, let’s talk about where Motorola has succeeded with the Moto C Plus’s design. While the smartphone does not exude premiumness in the traditional sense, it is built very well and feels extremely solid. It reminds me of old Nokia phones and feels like it could be used for self defence. The rear also has a nice textured finish which feels good and improves grip considerably

  12. The smartphone does not feel delicate at all and looks like it could withstand a beating or two. In fact, during my week of use, it fell (quite badly I must add) multiple times and emerged without even a single deep scratch on the back. The tacky metal-like ring however was a different story. With the Moto C Plus, it seems like Motorola is focusing more on functionality over form and that will appeal to people who care more about durability than premium looks.

  13. the front is an all glass affair and there are capacitive keys for home, back and recent applications under the display. The keys are not backlit sadly. Above the display is the rear camera, front LED flash and the earpiece. A fingerprint sensor is conspicuous by its absence on the Moto C Plus which is disappointing considering the Xiaomi Redmi 4 comes with one.

  14. The Moto C Plus also comes without a proximity sensor which is a major omission in today’s times. Rarely any smartphone is launched without such a basic and important feature. This makes taking calls a frustrating experience as sometimes the display just refuses to switch off leading to unwanted touches with your ear. Why Lenovo would choose to cut costs by removing such an essential feature is very puzzling and disappointing.

  15. On the back, there is the primary camera alongside the LED flash under which is the trademark batwing Motorola logo. The single loudspeaker on the bottom is surprisingly loud and clear. Yes, as is with most smartphone speakers, it is a little shrill but thankfully it does not distort at high volumes.

  16. Display will neither thrill, nor disappoint
    The Moto C Plus comes with a 5-inch 720p display which is fairly average – viewing angles could be better and so could the touch response – apps sometimes take two or three touches to open and every action seems to be a bit delayed. The maximum brightness also leaves a lot to be desired and is inadequate to deal with bright sunlight.

  17. Stock Android barely makes up for poor internals
    When it comes to core hardware , the Moto C Plus is not a powerhouse by any stretch of the imagination. The specifications are fairly ho-hum – a Mediatek MT6737 processor clocked at 1.3GHz, the Mali – T720 GPU, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage which can be expanded by only 32GB

  18. Now the Moto C Plus does have an ace up its sleeve, a killer feature that is offered by no other smartphone at this price range, not even the Redmi 4 – stock Android. What is the benefit of stock Android and how is it different from let’s say Xiaomi’s MIUI that runs on the Redmi 4? Stock Android is lean and optimised and comes without any of the bloat and unwanted applications found on OEM skins like MIUI and Samsung’s TouchWiz.

  19. t is very refreshing to see Stock Android in a smartphone priced below 7,000 rupees – there is no bloat, UI elements are smooth and Google Assistant is also on board which performs quite well. The software on the Moto C Plus is actually closer to stock Android than that on Moto”s expensive smartphones as it does not come with the ‘Moto’ app and the subsequent gestures associated with it like twist to open the camera and karate chop to turn on the flashlight.

  20. Ironically, the smartphone seems to handle casual games like Subway surfers and Asphalt Nitro quite well without any frame rate drops to speak off. Intensive games like Asphalt 8 however are best left untouched as they are playable only in the lowest settings.

  21. I love the phone spec sha, and it’s a new phone oo, after a very few years now,they will be competing with top phones too

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