Motorola isn’t done with releasing smartphones this year, as, according to the latest rumors, it’s very possible to see one last 2016 handset in the upcoming weeks! Going by the name of Moto M, the phone has been making the rounds online lately, but no actual image with it was spotted. Until yesterday, that is, when a set of pictures leaked by TechDroider helped us make an idea about what to expect.
At a first look, the images resemble a lot the phone spotted on China’s TENAA last month, somehow resembling the old Moto X. Even though there aren’t any photos with the back of the phone as well, we’re pretty convinced that it’s the same device and it will eventually feature a curved backside.
It seems that the Moto M will come with at least 32 GB of internal storage (probably expandable, using a microSD card), as well as 4 GB of RAM. Surprisingly, it’s running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, not Nougat, but it should receive an update pretty soon, as Motorola used us.
Moving on with the possible specs, the Moto M, also known by its model number, XT1662, sports a full HD 5.5″ display and a 16 MP rear-mounted camera, teaming up with an 8 MP front-facing snapper. Yes, everything sounds awesome until know, but considering that the rumored chipset is a MediaTek MT6750, we’re tempted to think that it won’t be more than a mid-ranger.
Finally, another interesting rumor claims that the Moto M will be released just for the Asian market and, apparently, it will be made by Lenovo, not Motorola. The latter is less likely to happen, as the images spotted on TENAA show the Motorola logo on the back of the phone, but on the other side, this could explain the design differences between this device and other phones launched by Motorola this year, especially when it comes to the back of the phone.