Motorola Moto C allegedly pictured, seems to be a new cheap phone


Motorola Mobility announced only two smartphones in 2017 (Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus), but it certainly has more handsets to reveal before the end of the year. One of the company's upcoming phones seems to be the Moto C, a low-end device that recently showed up somewhere in China.

As you can see in the image above, the Moto C should come in multiple color variants, including black, red, and gold. A white variant of the Moto C may have also been briefly showcased in this video that Motorola itself released not long ago.

The Moto C does not feature a fingerprint scanner, but that's to be expected from a smartphone that will likely be sold at a low price - maybe around $100. The handset seems to have a front-facing camera with LED flash, in addition to a regular rear camera (also with an LED flash). The phone should run Android 7 Nougat out of the box, and may sport a screen of around 5 inches. For now, that's all we know about this device.

Alongside the Moto C, later this year, Motorola Mobility should also announce a Moto Z2, plus a Moto E4 series, though probably not at the same time.

source: Weibo via Twitter

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