It’s been a couple of weeks since we heard about the Moto M. A new ‘Lenovotorola’ device with a rear mounted fingerprint scanner, and an overall design reminiscent of the Moto X with a curved backside, yet, quite generic-looking.
It appears that with Moto M, Motorola is looking to bring out a device for those looking for something more middle tier. The Moto M that was recently leaked has now had more details confirmed thanks to a leaked images by TechDroider
According to above leaked image Moto M has a 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Coupled with rumors of a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a mid-tier MediaTek chipset, and 16MP and 8MP cameras for the rear and front, running on Android 6.0 and a fingerprint scanner, this is sounding like something that could attract a lot of attention for those not looking to reach Moto Z-levels of premium. There has been word of a couple of variants of the “Moto M” which could come in “Mini” and/or “Plus” variants.
The phone itself is said to be released only in Asia and will be made by Lenovo, not Motorola. That could explain the slight changes in design language, particularly on the rear of the device. While the front reminds us of the Moto X with its curved corners and subtle lines, it’s a bit harder to tell from the backside with the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, something we have yet to see on a Moto device.
Source : TechDroider