Ahead of the November 8 news conference where Lenovo is expected to pull the wraps off the Motorola Moto M, the device has appeared on popular benchmark site AnTuTu confirming some of the specs that had earlier been revealed.
Listed as Motorola M with model number XT1662, the Moto M is said to have pooled a sub-score of around 50,000 points, placing it in a mid-range category. The AnTuTu data also gives the Moto M as featuring a 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution on top of a 5.5-inch display. The device is powered by an Octa-core MediaTek Helio P10 (MT6755) chipset and packs a 4GB RAM inside, as well as a 32GB of internal storage. Powering the graphics is a Mali-T860 GPU.
Further, the Motorola Moto M sports a massive 16MP rear camera sensor at the rear and up front, there is an ample 8MP sensor for crisp clear selfie shots. The device is also listed to run on Android Marshmallow 6.0 out-of-the-box.
That’s all we could gather about the device from AnTuTu but as stated, the Moto M would likely go official on November 8. The device is said to be released along side the China release of the Lenovo Vibe P2 which was released in some clime as Lenovo P2.