Moto C Plus features a 5 inch HD display with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels and ~66.2% screen-to-body ratio. It sports a 1.3 GHz 64-bit Quad core MediaTek MT6737 Cortex-A53 SoC coupled with 2 GB RAM. The GPU supporting the CPU is Mali-T720MP2. The internal storage present on the device is 16 GB, which can be further expanded up to 32 GB through a microSD card.
For photography lovers, there is an 8 Megapixels lens on the rear and a 2 Megapixels lens on the front, both carrying an LED flash. The smartphone is powered by a 4000 mAh Li-polymer battery which the company claims can last upto 30 hours on a single charge depending on actual usage. The dual SIM phone would also have 4G LTE and would run on Android 7.0 Nougat. The connectivity options available on the device include Wi-Fi, Hotspot, Bluetooth v4.2, GPS, A-GPS, FM Radio and microUSB 2.0. The dual nano SIM phone weighs 162 grams.
Lenovo-owned company Motorola has priced the Moto C Plus very aggressively but the problem lies in the fact that they might sabotage the market of the normal Moto C considering that there is only a Rs. 1000 difference between the two, while the beefier Moto C Plus offers much more in terms of specifications.