After watching lots of smartphones powered by MediaTek MT6737 chipset, Moto C plus is another entry-level Android smartphone, just launched by Lenovo.
Though the chipset has just an everage performance, we still had some time with Moto C plus, to know what it has got inside.This device is kind of previous Moto E series replacement andis seen as a direct competitor with Xiaomi Redmi smartphones.What is most significant about this phone is, it's first smartphone loaded with Android 7.0 OS, in its segment phones.
The first impressions after using this phone for several minutes was that it's looks and feels are inherited or similar to the Moto Z2 play and MotoG5 Plus.On paper everything else seems to be average about this phone.Good things about this phone is that it has got a deicated slot for a microSD crd and it comes with a removable battery.Plus you won't have to miss FM radio this time, whch is getting disappeared in most of the smartphones nowadays.
The phone comes with a 5-inch HD 720X1280 pixels brigh tand vivid display, bit lower resolution but given the low price point, it's not bad at all. 2GB of RAM bundled with a MediTe MT6737k chipset runs the phone pretty smooth for most of day to day apps.
Due to its ergonomic design & curved edges, holding this smartphone gives a great control and fits perfectly while holding it in hands. With a matte finished plastic back panel, this budget phone has many competitors in its segment with a metal deign.With a 2-megapixel front camera with an LED flash is most welcomed feature, along with an 8-megapixel rear camera which can record 720p Videos coupled with LED flash.Pictures taken are good enough for social media purposes.Though the camera app felt little slow while operating it.
Running on an Stock Androd is most nifty feature about Moto phones, which gives a clean and crisp user experience.Within the time we spent on Moto C plus we found the UI ran smoothly, but the final judgements would come after reviewing this smartphone.