Both Moto C models will be sold in gold, red and silver shading alternatives and both will run Android Nougat out of the case. They’re both packing 5-inch shows, however the Moto C squeezes in 854 x 480 pixels while the C Plus goes with 1,280 x 720 pixels.
They’re both using MediaTek chipsets, yet this is where things get a little confusing. There’s a 3G and a 4G version of the Moto C (the red one in our renders), which will use a 32-bit quad-core SoC clocked at 1.3 GHz for the former and a 64-bit quad-core chipset clocked at 1.1 GHz for the latter. The Moto C Plus runs a 64-bit chipset clocked at 1.3 GHz.
We don’t have pricing, yet considering the relationship to the already-budget Moto E4, we wouldn’t be surprised to see the Moto C debut with a sub-$100 price tag. Barring any unforeseen calamities, we wouldn’t be surprised if these became Motorola’s new best-selling phones in the years to come.