No, I am not a ‘Techie Nerd’. I am just some random customer who bought Moto C Plus Mobile a few months back. This review won’t be having in detail technical specifications or post-mortem of a smartphone at a professional level. This review as simple as possible. Actually, that’s my intelligence level when it comes to explaining a smartphone. So, hang on and I promise by the end of this article you’ll get a clear picture of Moto C Plus Mobile phone.
Moto C Plus Mobile Review:
The basic specifications of the Moto C Plus Mobile phone which you can find anywhere are as follows.
Physical Body: Classic Curved (on edges)
Android Version: Nougat 7.0
RAM: 2 GB
Battery: Lithium 4000 mAh
Processor: 1.3 GHz 64-bit Quad Core Processor
Display: 5 Inches LED HD (720 x 1280)
Camera: Rear 8 MP (with flash), Front 2 MP (with flash)
Storage: 16 GB Internal, SD card option available (apart from dual SIM)
Network: 2G, 3G, 4G LTE
I was not sure which mobile to purchase as I never had any dream phone or knowledge enough buy the best right away but the Flipkart Big Billion Days was about to end. So, I added this Moto C Plus Mobile to the cart being impressed by the price and bought it (of course after reading the specifications). So, let me break down my experience.
Positive Points About Moto C Plus Mobile:
1. Excellent Battery Backup:
The phone has an excellent Battery backup which is the best part of this phone. I charge my phone with an average gap of 30 hours. I am a youngster and yes I use it very much but happy to see that I don’t have to run for charger frequently.
2. Never Gets Heated and Slow :
Moto C Plus Mobile as mentioned in the specifications have a whopping 16 GB built-in storage. The 2 GB RAM plays a very good role too. As a result even after having a total of 11 installed Apps/Games the phone never gets slow, never gets heated also never hangs.
3. It Comes At Affordable Price:
After all, it comes with a price tag less than 7000. considering the specifications and brand value of Moto, it’s very cheap and yes, we can afford it.
Negative Points About Moto C Plus Mobile:
1. Selfie Lovers Stay Away:
You get only 2 Mega Pixel clarity in front camera. and even front flash won’t be much effective. So, if you are a selfie addict, this phone is not for you. I don’t care much because I don’t like clicking selfies too often.
2. No Sensor:
There’s no sensor above the screen that disables the screen whenever the phone is onto your ear after answering the call. We need to hit the lock button manually and fill the gap.
Considering all the negative and positive points, I personally feel that it is a smart choice for buying Moto C Plus Mobile for two main reasons, Battery back up and affordable cost.
So, I hope you got a clear picture of the phone. What’s your opinion? feel free to comment, I’ll reply for sure.