High-res Moto M renders, marketing materials, full specs and pricing revealed and clarified
Forget 4.6-inch screen size, mind-blowing 5,100 mAh battery capacity, Snapdragon 625 or Helio P10 processing power. The Lenovo-made Motorola Moto M is practically guaranteed now to roll out to Chinese shores in just a few days with a 5.5-inch display, 3,050 mAh cell, and MediaTek Helio P15 SoC in tow.
A little disappointed to hear the Android mid-ranger’s rumored colossal juice pack will not pan out in the end? Well, Lenovo’s own-brand P2 is still coming, 5,100 mAh battery, SD625 chip, 13MP rear-facing camera and all.
For its part, the puzzling Moto M finally clears everything up, shaping up as a respectable $300 or so handheld, with a large, adequately sharp 5.5-inch panel, strong octa-core CPU, 4GB RAM, expandable 32GB internal storage, as well as 16 and 8MP shooters.
Pictured a number of times already, including out in the wild, Moto Z’s lesser sibling looks fairly stylish in its clearest render yet, sporting robust metallic attire, striking top and bottom antenna bands, a rear-positioned fingerprint sensor, and decently slim front bezels.
While our Mandarin is a bit rusty, and we can’t understand everything Lenovo plans to highlight in official publicity material, it’s more than obvious photography performance, fingerprint security, memory, storage, near-stock Android 6.0 software, battery endurance, and even some degree of water resistance will be heavily promoted. All for a reasonable 2,000 Yuan.