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Moto G5 Plus launched for Rs 14999, features metal unibody, google assistant
TT Correspondent |  |  15 Mar 2017

Lenovo has launched the long awaited Moto G5 Plus smartphone in India. Moto G5 Plus will be available at INR 14,999 for for 3GB RAM + 16GB Storage  and INR 16,999 for 4GB RAM + 32GB storage configurations exclusively on Flipkart. The device is initially available in Lunar Gray or Fine Gold colour variants.

The Moto G5 Plus flaunts a combination of advance features and premium design. Fast processors, great battery life, rapid charging, fingerprint reader, and advanced camera features all wrapped up in one device at an affordable price. An unexpected combination, because different is better.

The new 2017 Moto G5 Plus comes with a high-grade aluminum finish and features a 5.2 inch display in full HD with 1080 pixels resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. The device is powered with Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor with a 2.0 GHz octa-core CPU, 650 MHz Adreno 506 GPU ensuring the content runs smoothly. The device runs the latest Android 7.0 Nougat OS.
Featuring a flagship level camera sensor with Dual Autofocus Pixels, the Moto G5 Plus features a 12 MP rear camera with a circular saturn ring design takes beautiful photos even on dark, cloudy days. G5 Plus comes with 5 MP front camera and also features the beautification mode which allows user to enhance selfies by smoothing the skin to reduce blemishes or wrinkles.

The camera software in Moto G Plus includes “Best Shot” feature which captures multiple shots before and after the screen is touched, analyzing the issues like blurred subjects or blinking eyes, before recommending the best picture to keep. Further, the camera also features the professional mode allows adjustment of various aspects like focus, white balance, shutter, ISO & exposure compensation making it a treat for photography lovers.

Moto G5 Plus is power backed by a 3000 mAh battery. The battery fuel up fast with TurboPower charging that is rated to give up to six hours of battery life in just 15 minutes.

Moto G5 Plus is secured with fingerprint security, that makes it so much more convenient to lock and unlock all of your content. Also, motions and gestures can be used to activate features giving its consumer immense ease of use.
Moto G5 Plus also includes Moto Actions and a new experience: One Button Nav, which lets you quickly navigate through screens using the fingerprint reader.  Moto G5 Plus is NFC enabled, so you’ll be able to use it to make mobile payments where it is supported. At participating stores, all you’ll need to do is place your phone near an NFC terminal and use your fingerprint. It’s fast and easy—and there’s no need to carry cash or credit cards.

Launch Offers (valid for 16th March 2017 only)

• Get an additional INR 1500 over and above regular exchange value for your old phone
• Extra 10% discount on SBI Credit and Debit Cards
• Introducing BuyBack Guarantee on Moto G5 Plus worth INR 1199 for free. Be assured of INR 7000 buy-back guarantee 6 months post purchase
• No Cost EMI options for as low as 1889/month on all credit cards and Bajaj FinServe
• Buy the Moto G5 Plus and get the Moto Pulse headset worth INR 1299 at just INR 599/-

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