Updated on 2017-07-03 by Shivam Setia
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Moto C Plus is the cheapest Motorola device on the market right now but it is not a great value for money phone. The device is made of plastic. The back has a metal finish but it is plastic and it can be removed to insert the battery, sim cards and memory card. The display on the front is 5inch 720p HD display. The display is just average with just okay viewing angles. On the top of display, there is a front camera of just 2MP with flash. Now adding a flash to front is great but with 2MP camera? That does not sound great. On the back there is a 8MP camera which performs well in daylight. On the inside there is a Mediatek chipset with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. Now the processor is not powerful enough to quickly load apps and 2GB memory is not enough to hold a lot of apps so day to day usage with this phone might feel laggy. Overall this is just an average phone with a huge battery which means the battery backup will be great. At 6999 this does not look a great deal. Redmi 4 looks like a better option than this because it has a fingerprint sensor, a better processor which will speed things up and a better front and back camera and a metal uni-body design.
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Moto C Plus has excellent battery backup and that is pretty much the only good thing about it. The under-powered chipset with just 2GB of RAM will not be able to handle multiple apps so it is best to avoid this phone. If 7000 is your budget go for Redmi 4 which has a fingerprint sensor, a better chipset, a better camera and has metal build.