Motorola is expected to launch three new feature phones in the Indian market. Moto 10, Moto 50 and Moto
70 They all have a built-in 1750 mAh battery, support dual cards, and have a two-year failure replacement plan. Moto A10 and Moto
A50 will be equipped with MediaTek’s MT6261D chip. They will also share a 1.8-inch color screen part and a flashlight switch activated by a physical button.
The body comes with a micro SD card slot (maximum expansion 32GB) and a 3.5 mm audio jack. The MOTO A10 does not have any camera, while the A50 has one on the back.
The appearance of the A70 is similar to the first two, but the screen is expanded to 2.4 inches. It is reported that the A70cell phoneThe internal will use Ziguang Zhanrui chipset, but other aspects are still the same: there is a camera on the back, LED flashlight, wireless frequency modulation, call recording and so on.
The motorcycle A10 is expected to be listed in five Indian states first, priced at 1,500 Indian rupees (approximately US$20). The Moto A50 and Moto A70 will be less than 2,000 Indian rupees (approximately US$25), but the final pricing and supply details will be announced after the device is launched.