Lenovo brand Motorola launched Moto G5 Plus and G5 in India, a few months ago. These offers solid specs suiting an average smartphone user. At the time of launch, G5 plus was a Flipkart exclusive, and G5 was an Amazon exclusive. Now the reports confirm that both these smartphones are now available through the offline retail store as well.

Lenovo also confirmed this news saying that they are available through selected retail stores in the country. Also in the recent launch of Moto C, Lenovo said it would be available offline as well. As the competition is heating up in the online segment with evident brands like Xiaomi, Coolpad, and Yu and also providing the similar specs for lower prices. So, Lenovo seems to revisit the retail presence to attract the more customers.

Talking about Moto G5 Plus, it has excellent reviews and well-received by consumers as well. Motorola has focused on perfecting the phone, including the camera department and the trick worked. It has a 12MP camera, which was best within 20K price segment. It also has good battery life, turbocharging support, metal built, excellent display, proven SD625 processor, Fast enough Fingerprint sensor and NFC.

Considering Moto G5, It comes with good all round specifications. It has Snapdragon 430 processor, metal built, 5 inches Full HD display, FPS and 3000 mAh battery with Turbocharge support. But it was facing huge competition from the likes of Redmi Note 4, Redmi 4, Yu Yureka Black, Lenovo K6 Power, Coolpad Cool 1 and Honor 6X. All these phones mentioned above have better features than Moto G5 comparatively.

Motorola’s strength has always been it’s Pure Android User Interface and timely provision of Android updates. As long as Lenovo won’t changing this, Moto range of smartphones enjoys a unique position in the India market.