Motorola is working on an upcoming smartphone that has already leaked in multiple images, and some of its specs were revealed over the past few weeks. However, previously leaked live images of the Moto M were a bit blurry, which made it difficult to spot design details on the phone.
Every once in a while, smartphones leak on the websites of third-party retailers before manufacturers get the chance to announce them. It seems that Moto M is one of those smartphones, as an image of the device was recently spotted on the website of accessory retailer Skinomi.
The company makes protective skins and screen protectors for smartphones and it recently posted an image of the Moto M while promoting its newest Skinomi TechSkin for the phone. The protective accessory keeps the phone safe from scratches, as it’s made out of the same material that’s used to protect luxury cars, military aircrafts and NASA space shuttles.
Moto M could come with a 16MP rear camera and 8MP selfie snapper
The listing doesn’t reveal any details regarding the upcoming smartphone, but previous rumors point towards a 5.5-inch 1080p HD display with 3GB or 4GB of RAM. Moto M is also said to incorporate a 16MP rear camera and an 8MP sensor in the front for taking selfies and conducting video calls.
The upcoming smartphone from Motorola could also have 32 or 64GB of internal memory and come with a microSD card slot for adding more. It’s said to measure 151 x 72 x 8 mm and might incorporate a 3,000mAh battery
Moreover, the device might run a 1.9GHz MediaTek MT6750 SoC and have support for 4G connectivity, and a fingerprint scanner will be placed on the back of the smartphone.
Available information indicates the Moto M might be announced in November. Pricing details are unknown and it seems that Motorola could be working on two variants of the phone, one for the market in China and one that would be released globally.