Moto C First Look, Confirmed Specs

It was Moto Philippines' most affordable Android offering so far this 2017. Recently at Moto Z2 Play launch, I was able to check it out and to clear something as there are some confusions especially on the specs shee.

Here is the Moto C with the front view. The 5 inch TFT FWVGA display is still a-ok for me 


Here is the back view of the phone with the 5 MP fixed focus rear camera with flash and removable back cover. The build quality is quite impressive for the given price and I love that they chose black.


Nothing on the left side as you can see the volume rocker and power/unlock button at the right.


The top has both the 3.5 mm. audio jack and micro USB port. Due to limited time, I was not able to verify if the said phone has USB OTG support.


On the internals, several of the Moto crews there confirmed that it is a 3G variant with 1.3 Mediatek MT6580 quad-core processor together with Android 7.0 Nougat, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB ROM, Bluetooth 4.2, WiFi and GPS. It was contrary to the previous that it has LTE connectivity which is a bit sad for me.


From this pic even on their entry-level smartphone Moto C still managed to have that light Android 7.0 Nougat based on my random navigations and this RAM usage in action as you can still have around 600 MB out of 1 GB RAM remaining. Glad that also Moto chose to put in a 2,350 mAh removable battery.  For those who are asking about UI, I did not include as it is the same from what you saw from my previous article on Moto C Plus

Moto C is a good choice for those people who only has limited budget yet they do not want to trust that money in local brands. For me, the downside is the lack of LTE support. Moto C is now available thru Lazada Philippines for Php 3,699 which you can look and buy thru this list here.

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August 6, 2017

Moto C First Look, Confirmed Specs

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It was Moto Philippines' most affordable Android offering so far this 2017. Recently at Moto Z2 Play launch, I was able to check it out and to clear something as there are some confusions especially on the specs shee.

Here is the Moto C with the front view. The 5 inch TFT FWVGA display is still a-ok for me 


Here is the back view of the phone with the 5 MP fixed focus rear camera with flash and removable back cover. The build quality is quite impressive for the given price and I love that they chose black.


Nothing on the left side as you can see the volume rocker and power/unlock button at the right.


The top has both the 3.5 mm. audio jack and micro USB port. Due to limited time, I was not able to verify if the said phone has USB OTG support.


On the internals, several of the Moto crews there confirmed that it is a 3G variant with 1.3 Mediatek MT6580 quad-core processor together with Android 7.0 Nougat, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB ROM, Bluetooth 4.2, WiFi and GPS. It was contrary to the previous that it has LTE connectivity which is a bit sad for me.


From this pic even on their entry-level smartphone Moto C still managed to have that light Android 7.0 Nougat based on my random navigations and this RAM usage in action as you can still have around 600 MB out of 1 GB RAM remaining. Glad that also Moto chose to put in a 2,350 mAh removable battery.  For those who are asking about UI, I did not include as it is the same from what you saw from my previous article on Moto C Plus

Moto C is a good choice for those people who only has limited budget yet they do not want to trust that money in local brands. For me, the downside is the lack of LTE support. Moto C is now available thru Lazada Philippines for Php 3,699 which you can look and buy thru this list here.

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