Well finally the Moto M smartphone carrying the codename XT-1662 was spotted on TENAA last month and some of its specs were revealed in the listing. Now, it seems that the first live images of the upcoming smartphone have leaked, showing off its design.
The images leaked over at Techdroider and reveal the front panel of the device, showing the Moto logo on the bottom and the front camera. They also show the About Phone section under Settings, revealing some specs of the upcoming device.
Apparently, the Moto M shown in the image is running Android 6.0 Marshmallow and comes with 32GB of internal storage and 4GB of RAM. In addition, it seems to have a display with 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution. The TENAA listing revealed that the smartphone could have a 5.5-inch display and run a 2.1GHz MediaTek MT6755 SoC.
Lenovo Moto M could come with a rear fingerprint scanner
The smartphone is also said to come with a fingerprint scanner on the back and a 16MP rear camera. Front camera capacity could reach 5MP and battery capacity 3,000mAh. The images also show that the smartphone might not come with a home button and some say that it will have an aluminum case.
The report also mentions that the Moto M could be released only in Asia, which is why it will be manufactured by Lenovo and not its Motorola Mobility subsidiary. The smartphone is said to launch later this year and might be accompanied by another Lenovo Moto M phone during the unveiling.
The XT-1663 smartphone is a smaller variant which might have a 4.6-inch display and MediaTek MT6750 processor. XT-1663 is also said to come with a full-metal body and lack a home button in the front, but there are fewer details available about this smaller phone.
The price and availability of these upcoming mid-range phones are unknown, but they are expected to carry a price tag lower than models in the Moto Z series.