Motorola’s Android Go Smartphone Surfaced On The Web

Lenovo-controlled Motorola is supposedly getting ready to roll out its Moto C2 Android Go handsets shortly. The highlights of the Moto C2 lately got leaked that disclosed its Google’s Go Edition. Considering that it is an Android Go handset, the smartphone is anticipated to be competitively labeled in the budget class of below Rs 6,000.

Motorola’s Android Go Smartphone Surfaced On The Web

The Moto C2 has been listed on FCC (Federal Communications Commission) site disclosing that the headset can come in dual as well as single SIM card variants. The Moto C2 handset is hoped to sport a 5.2-inch screen and will provide an entry level chipset with 16 GB of internal memory and 1 GB of RAM with microSD card support. The device can be fueled by a battery worth 2,100 mAh and will have normal connectivity features comprising Bluetooth, 4G, and microUSB port

On a related note, the firm is also operating on one more Android One handset named as the Motorola One Power. Motorola can be the first handset brand to roll out the iPhone X-akin display notch on budget Android One handsets. The leaked pictures disclose that the Motorola One Power might sport a polycarbonate body in addition to a fingerprint scanner at the rear with the “M” logo of the company. The front of the handset sports entire “Motorola” branding while at the bottom there are 2 speaker vents.

As far as the question remains about the specs, the Motorola One Power can supposedly sport a FHD+ 5.9-inch screen with an aspect ratio of 18:9. Since it is an Android One handset, the device will operate stock Android Oreo OS with the commitment of Android P update. In addition, consumers can anticipate limitless storage for Google Photos in original quality in conjunction with other Google goodies. There is very little data about the handset as of now and the firm is yet to make this handset official.

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