We have mentioned that Motorola was one of the companies which is still to land in Nepal Officially. LifeCom Pvt. Ltd. holds the responsibility of sole authorized distributor for the Motorola Mobiles in Nepal. Lenovo Business Group introduced one of the most anticipated mobile brands in Nepal. The company has launched it's popular C-Series and E-series smartphones right now and are planning to launch their G-Series smartphone in the near future.
As we already know, Motorola was the first company to make a mobile phone. The company was established in 1928, so it has offered a series of various services throughout its era. The company was purchased by Google in 2011. The Motorola company is now owned by Lenovo who settled the deal in 2014 at approx. $2.91 Billion.
Motorola has shown the potential with its mid-range as well as high-end smartphones. The build quality is thoroughly praised and the company has made a good progress after good sales of the midrange phone, the G Series. The reviews were pretty good and now the company is set to step up their game by trying to cope the high-end smartphone market with the Z-Series of their smartphones.
Four mid-range devices are launched recently. The devices available are Moto C and Moto C Plus from their C-Series and Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus from the E-Series.
Moto C has 5-inch FWVGA TFT LCD Display with Quadcore MediaTek processor(1.1 GHz). The device has 1 Gb of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. The device has stock Android v7.0 Nougat and has 5MP of rear camera and 2 MP of selfie camera. The device is backed up by 2350 mAh battery and the price of the device is Rs.10,990.
Moto C Plus
The Moto C Plus has the same display size(1280 x 720 pixels) HD TDT LCD display. The device is powered by Quadcore MediaTek processor with 1.3 GHz clock speed. The device also packs 2GB of RAM along with 16GB of Internal Storage. The device runs the same version as Moto C. The device has 8MP of rear camera with 2MP of selfie shooter. The device costs Rs. 13,990.