Motorola Moto M Now Available Across Offline Stores in India: Report

Motorola’s first all-metal smartphone, the Moto M is now available for purchase across all the offline stores in the country, says a report. For the unaware, the Moto M was launched in December 2016 as an exclusive to Flipkart. The device is priced at Rs. 15,999 for the 3GB of RAM/32GB storage variant and Rs. 17,999 for the 4GB of RAM/64GB storage option.

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The report from Gadgets360 says that both the variants are available for purchase offline now at the same prices of Rs. 15,999 and Rs. 17,999. Motorola is slowly making all its smartphones available at the same prices as online prices. Recently, Motorola made the Moto G5 and G5 Plus offline and even launched the Moto C as an offline-only model. Motorola also made the Moto Z2 Play available in the offline market.

This is extremely good from Motorola as its counterparts such as Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo is going aggressively in the offline market. And keeping the prices same as the online prices is another achievement. Furthermore, it’s highly possible that the upcoming Motorola phones will also be sold in both offline and online markets.

Coming to the Moto M smartphone, it’s the company’s first metal-clad phone with a 5.5-inch Full HD IPS screen along with a 2.5D curved glass on top. The device is powered by the MediaTek Helio P15 chipset, paired with a 2.2GHz CPU and 3GB/4GB of RAM. There are 32GB and 64GB of storage options with support for storage expansion up to 128GB via a microSD card.

The smartphone has a 16MP rear camera with PDAF and LED flash support. Frontal, there is an 8MP camera for selfies and video calls. The phone has connectivity options such as 4G LTE, VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and USB Type-C port.

The Moto M has the standard 3.5mm headphone jack. The Moto M weighs 163 grams and comes with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Motorola is yet to release Android Nougat for the Moto M. The device is backed by a 3050mAh battery.

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While buying they told Nought 7 will come.. still I didn’t received any update from Moto almost 6 months and the news that time posted this will be the first mobile to get nought… Better go already running Nought OS phones and i got vibrator issue and there is only one Moto service center in bangalore in rajaji nagar. if you are near by you can buy..


Most People are dumb with brand name…Moto M outsells Lenovo P2, Moto E3 power at 7999 a shit, but hit. now Moto c plus @6999+ exchange. Motorola trying oppo, vivo strategy….but killing Moto brand value. Lenovo is a company with no head on the body. Doing a dumping work will kill itself. Moto E3 power without single update unlike Moto 2013 brand. Lenovo X3 no Updates/volte, Lenovo a6000 no volte(same seasoned Redmi 2 prime got volte) zuk z2 price [email protected], Lenovo price cut on everything K6 power to note to p2, Moto x force price @12999, now moto z2 play… Read more »

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