Moto C Plus, a Worthy Upgrade?
Motorola released a new product named Moto C Plus not long after presented Moto C which can be called the next version in terms of the hardware. The improvement in hardware side such as the screen resolution changed from FWVGA become HDR but remains the same five inches, the RAM which was 1 gigabyte to 2 gigabytes. Like Moto C, Moto C plus comes in dominant black from front to back with a classic non-unibody design. Moto C plus puts the arches on all four corners more real. The touch menu consists of return, home and recent apps are placed under the screen so they do not interfere with the display when turned on. The rear camera and the LED flash is placed in a circular grid circle with the stacking pattern down, just like a dual-camera appearance. Slightly downward there is a circular legendary Motorola logo and at the bottom there are six holes that are large enough for the speaker sound. This rear case can be opened easily by prying the bottom slit and you can place two SIM cards and a micro sd card (dedicated, not hybrid).
Moto C plus still does not have a light sensor so you must adjust the brightness level manually in different lighting condition. This phone actually provides a color inversion feature on the quick access menu unfortunately this feature makes the screen display weird and unsightly. The UI of this phone seems to rely on the default Android nougat same as Moto C, and the home screen is only decorated with a round clock widget that is the characteristic of Motorola phone. One more plus of this phone that it supports USB OTG, but te cable excluded. Another upgrade is in four thousand mAh battery capacity that can last much longer, and you can use full connectivity all day without worry or have to meet the charger very often.
So is this a better update? yes, literally. If you have not buy Moto C yet, this one is a good start for you. You can get better performance with bigger RAM and battery. But if you already have Moto C and you plan on upgrading your phone better, you might want to see another phone that meets in the eye.