It’s been just a few days when Moto launched its Z series phone and also the third generation of Moto E (Moto E3 Power). But recent leaks shows that moto is planning something very huge than this Z series.
Well, if we believe on rumors, the new Moto M will be soon launching in the market with a high-end specification.
Here we have come up with a list of the specification which is based completely on recent leaks or rumors.
The most interesting thing has come out in leaks, is its fingerprint sensor’s position. Well, unlike Moto G4 Plus or Moto Z series, the new Moto M has fingerprint bar at the back side of the phone like Xiaomi Redmi Note 3.
The back camera is again something similar with the Moto’s other devices, which means camera lens placed just above the LED flash, with a black shiny strip connecting both of them.
The fingerprint sensor is just below the ‘black strip holding camera and flashes’ and in round shape.
At the bottom side of the back panel, MOTO logo is there. However, there are rumors that the MOTO logo also features at the front side of the phone, just below the display.
As far as design is concern, we can say that design of Moto M is highly similar to the Moto’s X series and Moto’s Z series.
With powerful MediaTek Octa-core chipset which is paired with 4GB of RAM.
Some rumors have expected that the phone gets a 64GB of internal memory. However, people expect more than 64GB.
Along side with the powerful processor, Moto M also comes with 16MP camera at the back side and 8MP camera at the front side.
To give more power, the phone is expected to have a battery of 4400mAh, which a support of quick charging.
It is also believed that the phone will come in several back panel option.
Moto M is thought to launch in November with a Lenovo P2, which has a very similar feature as Moto M.
The Lenovo P2 comes with a full HD super AMOLED 5.5 inch display with 401 PPI.
Unlike Moto M (expected), the P2 doesn’t have 16MP back camera and 8MP front camera but it has Octa Core 2.0 GHz Snapdragon 625 chipset to boost its power.
The strongest point for P2 is its battery capacity, as the Lenovo P2 is packed with a huge 5110 mAh battery, which as per as company is enough to last for 1-2 days.
The weakest point for P2 would surely be the OS, as every phone (mostly) which is coming in November or December, has Android 7.0 but P2 still comes with 6.0 (marshmallow) out of the box.
However, it is believed that the Lenovo would provide a Nougat update for P2.
Now, returning back to the Moto M, I would like to add that there is no any official announcement has been made regarding the device and review was completely based on rumors and leaks.
However, I hope that company would soon come with something really brilliant.