Formally launched in the country this June, the Motorola Moto C features entry-level specs and a pure stock version of the latest mobile operating system from Google, something amiss from other handsets in its price range. Is it worth the Php3,699/$74 asking price? Find out in our full review.
Before we head into the main part, we’d like to clarify the Moto C version available in the Philippines is packed with a 1.3GHz Mediatek MT6580 chip, 8GB of internal storage, and 3G connectivity.
Design and Construction
The Moto C is reminiscent of recent Motorola designs. The front panel has the 2-megapixel front camera and an accompanying LED Flash, some front sensors, the call speaker, the 5-inch display, and three capacitive buttons that do not emit light.
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