Take a look at the latest pictures and specs of the Motorola Moto M (XT1662)

Lenovo’s upcoming Motorola Moto M smartphone has made an entry on AnTuTu, which lead to an alleged exposure of some of its specifications. In the process, some of the images of the Moto M have also debuted. Under the leaked information published by TechDroider, we also have an updated specs-sheet, which states that the Moto M will come powered by a brand new MediaTek Helio P15 octa-core (Cortex-A53) chipset clubbed with Mali-T860 MP2 GPU.

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Rest of the leaked specifications suggest that the Moto M will feature 4GB of RAM along with 32GB of internal storage (expandable up to 128GB via microSD card). The phone will sport a 13MP primary camera on the rear, along with an 8MP front-facing camera. It will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow and will be backed by a 3050mAh battery.

Going by the leaked images, we can see a fingerprint scanner placed on the rear of the smartphone. One of the pictures reveals a USB Type-C port on the bottom. The Moto M features a shielding layer from P2i, which allows it to withstand light rain storm or a splash. However, it does not make the device waterproof. The leak also reveals that the Moto M’s China version will come pre-installed with Microsoft apps like Skype, OneDrive, and Office. For some unknown reasons, the alleged device is given a codename – Kung Fu.

Lenovo is expected to make the device official on November 8. Check out the images and let us know what you think about the Moto M?

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[…] expected, Lenovo finally unveiled the Motorola Moto M smartphone in China. The phone comes in Gold and […]

November 2, 2016 11:47 pm 11:47 PM

Sigh… What happened to the rumoured 5100mAh battery?

November 2, 2016 9:01 am 9:01 AM

Now moto is also Chinese crap.

November 2, 2016 10:50 am 10:50 AM

Agree. They started putting Mediatek Processor instead of Snapdragon. Missing the old Moto


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