Motorola recently unveiled the Moto Z3 Play semi-modular smartphone with Snapdragon 636 processor and dual rear cameras. As of now, it’s availability is only limited to Brazil and might soon make the global debut. After launching the Moto G, E, and Z series smartphones in 2018, the company is now said to launch a new smartphone under the affordable Moto C series. A couple of months ago, the renders of the Moto C2 and C2 Plus are leaked online.
While there is no official confirmation from the company, the Moto C2 is now certified by FCC. The Moto C2 will be the company’s most affordable smartphone to launch in 2018. It is also rumored to be the first Android Go smartphone from Motorola. Earlier to this, the company has launched Moto X4 as the Android One smartphone. There are also leaks about a new Android One smartphone called Motorola One Power.
Talking about the Moto C2, it comes with the model number XT1920 and could be running Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition). It measures 147.88 mm in length and 71.22 mm in width. It is expected to come with a 5-inch or 5.2-inch display and will be backed by a 2,000mAh or 2,100mAh battery. There are no details about other specifications. Considering it could be launched as Android Go device, it might offers 1GB of RAM and 8GB/16GB of internal storage.
The device will also come with the polycarbonate shell and thick bezels. With these certifications, we can now expect the device to be made available across Asia, Europe, and America.
(Note: The above featured image is of Moto C)