Motorola Moto C

Motorola Moto C
Brand: Motorola
Category: Current Smartphones

Motorola Moto C - Reviews and details

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Price

  • Outright price
    $149

Screen

  • Screen size
    5.0 inches
  • Screen resolution
    Lower than HD (720x720, 854x480, etc)
  • Pixel density
    196ppi

Design and construction

  • Thickness
    9.0mm
  • Weight
    154g
  • Construction
    Plastic, glass
  • Water resistant

Cameras

  • Rear camera
    5 megapixels
  • Rear flash
  • Front camera
    2 megapixels
  • Front flash
  • Video capture (maximum)
    Full HD 1080p (1920x1080)

Specifications

  • Processor
    MediaTek MTK6737m
  • CPU tech
    Quad-core (4)
  • Memory (RAM)
    1GB
  • Storage
    8GB
  • Upgradeable storage
    Yes, this supports microSD cards.
  • Operating system
    Google Android (Samsung, Sony, HTC, etc)
  • OS version
    Android 7.0, "Nougat"
  • SIM type
    nanoSIM

Connectivity

  • 3G/4G/5G
    Yes, it has both 3G and 4G.
  • Maximum Speed
    Cat 4 LTE - 150Mbps down, 50Mbps up (max)
  • Bluetooth
    Bluetooth 4.x with A2DP, LE
  • GPS support
  • Infrared
  • Near-Field Communication
  • WiFi
    802.11n (supports b/g)

Ports and security

  • Charge / data port
    microUSB
  • 3.5mm headset jack
  • Biometric security
    No biometric security

Battery

  • Battery size
    2350mAh

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Motorola Moto C - User reviews

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  1. Paul

    6.9 3.5 5

    Cheap and Cheerful

    I purchased this as a 'back-up' phone for $149 at the Good Guys. Mine is the 4G version with the 16 Gigs of memory. I have an iPhone 6S and Apple watch bought by my kids as a birthday present a couple of years ago. Obviously "you get what you pay for" but being more of a 'Google' user I wanted a cheap Android phone. I also have a 1st Gen Zen Watch, and these two work well together. The phone can be a little 'Laggy' at times, its not exactly blazingly fast, but it does work pretty well if your not the impatient type. Its what it is supposed to be, an entry level smartphone, nothing more, nothing less. I tried a Telstra GX4 Plus before buying this (A cheap ZTE phone) and it was horrible. The Moto C is definitely a step up.

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