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Tech Podcast: Motorola launches Moto E5 Plus in India at Rs 11,999

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July 10, 2018

Motorola launches Moto E5 Plus in India at Rs 11,999

Motorola has launched the Moto E5 Plus in India at Rs 11,999. The device is the younger sibling of Moto E5 which is priced at Rs 9,999. The new Moto E5 Plus comes with a 6-inch HD+ display which comes with an aspect ratio of 18:9. The device is powered by Snapdragon 430, which is coupled with 3GB of RAM and 32GB Of storage. The device gets a dedicated MicroSD card slot.
One of the biggest USPs of the device is a 5000mAh battery that the company claims can provide 1.5 days worth of use.
The device will be available via Amazon India's website and Moto Hub Stores.

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