Moto M is a sub $300 handset with unibody metal shell and a fingerprint scanner
Moto M is suggested to be released soon in the Chinese market, but the news keeps coming about the phone before its launch. The information leak is based on the smartphone’s banners which highlight its metal unibody design. While it may not be a revolutionary handset, it seems to be a product one would take a look at for day-to-day usage.
As far as specs are concerned, it will use a 5.5-inch 1080p display with a 16 MP primary camera and 8MP secondary camera. The Moto M uses the MediaTek Helio P15 chip containing 8 cores clocked at 2.2GHz, 4GB ram and 32GB internal storage with 3,050 mAh battery. The phone will use the new USB Type-C and a fingerprint scanner. The MicroSD card support is up to 128GB. Like many Motorola phones, this unit will have a water repellent coating.
Out of the box, this phone has Android 6.0 OS.
This handset will be up for sale in China on 8th November and priced for approximately US$295. There’s no news of ‘if’ or ‘when’ this phone will be out for the international market.
— Dawn of Tech (@DawnofTech) November 4, 2016