Renders have been published online by 91mobiles, showing off what seems to be a Moto E4-like design. That's disappointing, as other handsets these days come with an aspect ratio of 18:9. This is for the first time that both the Moto C2 and Moto C2 Plus have been leaked in renders revealing the design language similar to the Moto E4. According to the leaked renders by 91 Mobiles, both the Moto C2 and C2 Plus will sport single camera setup on the back, as well as on the front. In 2017, Motorola launched the Moto C and Moto C Plus, two very affordable smartphones at a starting price of Rs 4795. This is in contrast to latest Moto smartphones series that come with trendy bezel-less design and tall displays. Following similar tradition is the Moto logo which is inscribed at the center of the rear panel, which seems to made of plastic rather than the metallic finish on the year-old G5. The Moto branding on the C2 Plus is placed above the display.
We're not sure about the resolution, but it looks like the Moto C2 and Moto C2 Plus will feature the standard aspect ratio of 16:9.
The images don't tell us a lot about the spec sheet, but we can glean a few details from the images. There's a front-facing fingerprint scanner on the Moto C2 Plus which has been skipped on the regular Moto C2 version.
Lenovo-owned Motorola launched its G6 lineup last month, the cheapest of them being the Moto G6 Play. There is also an 8MP rear camera with LED flash and f/2.2 aperture. The smaller of the two was initially available for as low as $70, while ... Now, it looks like the Moto C line up too is about to get an upgrade.
As you can see, the image gives us a clear look at the phone from all the angles, including sides, bottom, front, and more. Last year's phones offered quad-core MediaTek chips, up to 16GB of expandable storage, and a 2MP selfie camera.