Motorola Moto C: Plans | Pricing | Specs

Motorola Moto C

Motorola Moto C
  • Display

    5 inches

  • Storage


  • Battery size

    2,350 mAh

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.

The good

  • MicroSD expansion

The could-be-better

  • 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

Battery life

  • 2350 mAh battery

Early verdict

  • 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



Physical dimensions


Power, storage and battery

Device features

Display size 5 inches
Pixels per inch (PPI) 196
Rear camera megapixels 5MP
Rear camera aperture size N/A
Video recording 720p
Front camera megapixels 2MP
Front camera aperture size N/A
Dimensions 145.5mm x 73.6mm x 9mm
Weight 154g
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Network category speed N/A
Processor MTK 6737M
Operating system Android 7
Internal storage


External storage support Up to 32GB
Battery capacity 2,350mAh
Headphone jack Yes
Fingerprint sensor No
Water resistance N/A
Wireless charging No

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