Moto M – new leaked images and specs surface
A Moto M has been making the rounds through the rumor mill for a couple months now. We first heard of the mysterious handset back in August, when we were surprised by its metal uni-body and unusual fingerprint reader location (it’s on the back). A month later we got a look at some more intimate images.
What about today? We are starting November with fresh Moto M images and leaked specs coming from Steve Hemmerstoffer. The popular NowhereElseFr editor and OnLeaks superstar has a good track record preceding him, so we would say this is as legit as leaks can get.
The new images showcase the new smartphone surrounded by other Moto products. It does follow the same metal uni-body design we have seen in the past. We can also see the fingerprint reader placed on the back of the handset, a new move for Moto devices, which tend to sport this hardware in the front.
The leak comes with a set of specs that more or less follow previous murmurs. The unit is said to come with a 5.5-inch 1920×1080 display, a 2.2 GHz MediaTek Helio P15 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, a 13 MP main camera, an 8 MP front shooter and a 3,050 mAh battery.
Though the phone has a seemingly good construction and pretty fair specifications, it also doesn’t seem like it should be an over-priced one. It’s also important to mention it seems to have a high focus on Asian markets, especially when taking a look at its software, which looks to be far from stock Android.
Regardless, we should be hearing more about this phone in due time. Is it a gadget you would be interested in? It is true a better build quality is something Motorola/Lenovo fans have been asking for. Maybe this is their transitioning handset.