The Motorola Moto C is a highly-affordable budget phone if you like Motorola's approach to Android, although you've got plenty of comparable choices.
- MicroSD expansion
- Low power processor
- Very low RAM
- Plain design
There's nothing really fancy about the Motorola Moto C, but it provides the essential features you'd want from a distinctly budget-priced handset.
Motorola has a long history building mobile phones across the premium, mid-range and budget categories, but in recent years it's focused solidly on providing good value budget and mid-range models. The Motorola Moto C provides a simple and affordable combination of features, as well as a few notable pitfalls.
- Simple Motorola design
- Five-inch display
- Low resolution.
- Simple single lenses
- Mediatek 6737M processor
- Only 1GB of RAM
- Dual-SIM capable, but one of them is 2G only
- 2350 mAh battery
- This is an older budget handset, and you may be happier with something newer.
Pricing and availability
Motorola Moto C
Motorola's budget handset
The Motorola Moto C is a simple phone offered at a simple price point.
- The Motorola Moto C sells in Australia outright for around $129.
Motorola Moto C specs
Power, storage and battery
|Display size||5 inches|
|Pixels per inch (PPI)||196|
|Rear camera megapixels||5MP|
|Rear camera aperture size||N/A|
|Front camera megapixels||2MP|
|Front camera aperture size||N/A|
|Dimensions||145.5mm x 73.6mm x 9mm|
|Network category speed||N/A|
|Operating system||Android 7|
|External storage support||Up to 32GB|
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