Motorola Introduces Three New Smartphones For Indonesian Market

By : Hariyanto And Aldo Bella Putra | Wednesday, September 20 2017 - 21:00 IWST

Motorola Perkenalkan Tiga Smartphone baru Untuk Pasar Indonesia
Motorola Perkenalkan Tiga Smartphone baru Untuk Pasar Indonesia

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Motorola introduced three new smartphones to the Indonesian market, namely Moto G, Moto G5S Plus, and Moto E4 Plus and Moto C Plus.

Adrie R. Suhadi, Country Lead, Lenovo Mobile Business Group Indonesia said the three new products introduced affirm motorola confidence in the Indonesian market and our commitment to consumers in Indonesia.

"Moto G5S Plus, Moto E4 Plus and Moto C Plus offer impressive features that give Get Plus, Get More to strengthen our competitiveness in the rapidly growing middle-low market," he said in Jakarta (19/09/2017).

Moto G5S Plus has more features like dual camera features that allow you to do more things, which until now only exist in premium smartphones.

Features a 13 MP dual rear camera combined with special software to improve photo quality. The Moto G5S Plus is equipped with precision sizes and displays, which usually only exist in premium devices.

This smartphone features an impressive all-metal unibody design and a 5.5-inch Full HD screen. Moto G5S Plus is also powered by Qualcomm® Snapdragon ™ 625 2.0 GHz super-fast processor, powerful graphics capabilities and LTE 4G support so you can run your favorite applications at high speed.

This smartphone is also supported battery capacity of 3000 mAh which provides enough power. as well as TurboPower which will help fill the battery quickly and provide battery power for 6 hours in just 15 minutes charging time. In addition Moto G5S Plus also comes with a fingerprint reader.

Moto E4 Plus is equipped with a battery with a capacity of 5000 mAh, so no need to bother charging the battery. When to charge, this smartphone can do it quickly because it is equipped with 10W rapid charger.

This smartphone is powered by quad-core processor and 4G6 speed, Moto E4 Plus and equipped with the latest version of Android ™ 7.1 operating system. Moto E4 Plus also adds 2 moto experience features namely one button navigation and moto display.

Moto C Plus offers wider screens, larger battery capacity and more sophisticated cameras at the right price.

You can easily use 2 mobile and work phone numbers with dual-SIM slots, or add more space for apps, photos and music using microSD8 cards.

Moto C Plus with 5 "HD display also features a camera with impressive performance, even in low light conditions. With 2MP front camera and selfie flash, and 8MP rear camera with LED flash.

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