Lenovo has had a busy 2016, releasing many smartphones catering to different segments of the market within the first 8 months of the year. The company has been releasing phones under its own name as well as its subsidiary brands such as ZUK and Moto. We have already seen a number of Moto smartphone this year, but it looks like there’s more. A new Moto M (XT-1662) was spotted in the wild in a new leaked image, revealing the existence of the device.
Motorola seems to be continuing with its traditional design philosophy on the new Moto M. You have the standard round corners with the company branding at the bottom of the display. The bezels look quite slim too, which is good. This particular model already passed through the TENAA certification last month, which revealed a lot of information about the phone. But this seems to be the first time that we are seeing the Moto M has leaked in a real life image.
Today’s leak confirms that the Moto M will come with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The screen size should be of 5.5-inches with 1080p resolution. Further, at the back, the phone will come with a 16MP camera while up front, there will be an 8MP shooter. Another detail revealed by the leak is the software on board, which is Android 6 Marshmallow. We can’t find a fingerprint sensor up front, but it should be located at the back of the device. TENAA had also confirmed that the phone will come with a 3000mAh battery.
Since this model has passed through TENAA already, it’s possible that the phone is exclusive to the Chinese market. There was another Moto smartphone that was spotted recently, featuring a 4.6-inch display and MT6750 chipset. Both could be announced soon, so stay tuned!