Moto M comes with waterproof metal body, 16 MP camera
The phone is powered by MediaTek's latest processor, Helio P15, running at 2.2GHz speed.
The Lenovo's latest smartphone Moto M is expected to be officially announced today in China, though the phone has already been list in an online retail portal in China. The online retail site, TMall has already listed all its specifications as well as the images.
The phone has been priced around $290, which means in India, it may cost around Rs 19,000 to Rs 20,000 when launched in the country.
Moto M Specifications
Rear camera: Everybody loves good camera and thus Moto M sports a 16-megapixel camera on the back. The camera has dual-LED flash and PDAF (phase-detect auto focus).
Front camera: It also has an 8-megapixel camera up front for better selfies.
RAM: The processor is backed by 4GB of RAM, summarily, phone will be among the fastest ones.
Internal storage: The Moto M smartphone packs in 32GB of internal storage.
Screen: 5.5-inch display with 1080P resolution.
Processor: Unlike other Motorola phones, the Moto M comes with a MediaTek processor instead of Qualcomm. The phone is powered by MediaTek's latest processor, Helio P15, running at 2.2GHz speed.
Software: The phone runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Battery: The Motorola Moto M has a 3,050 mAh battery, which means the phone will have longer life, and also supports fast charging technology.
To be a part of the tough competition among the smartphones, Motorala has added a fingerprint scanner on the back, which is welcome move since fingerprint sensor on the back cover is more convenient and is a more elegant design.
Obviously, Motorala phones look sturdy. But, this time it looks sturdy even more as the phone features a full metal body, a design element which was limited to company's premium phones so far.
According to media reports, the latest phone is also water and dust proof, bringing the popular feature back after Motorola axed it in the Moto G4 series.
It is also the first Moto phone to come with Dolby Atmos sound, something that we had earlier seen on the Lenovo phones.