The 4,000mAh battery-totting device costs INR 6,999 (around $110), and will be available for purchase through Flipkart starting tomorrow. Color options include black, white, and gold.
The device was first unveiled last month, along with the Moto C. The latter launched in India earlier this month, carrying an INR 5,999 price tag. The Plus variant differs from the standard Moto C in terms of screen resolution, battery life, rear camera features, RAM capacity, and CPU frequency.
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