Leaked photos: the Moto M will not have stock Android


New photos of Lenovo’s upcoming Moto M have appeared on the web. Here are the rumoured specs and features.

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These new pictures were obtained just a day ago by Twitter user Steve Hemmerstoffer, starting off November with fresh leaked images of the Moto M. Taking a look at the pictures, the Moto M has a metal unibody. The fingerprint scanner that was mounted below the screen in other Moto devices has been moved to the back, cleaning up the front and also making the lower bezel smaller. The back of the device also houses a camera and LED flash, two plastic antenna lines and the Moto logo. On the bottom are two grills (maybe with two speakers) and a USB Type-C port.

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Moving on to the specs, the Moto M is said to come with a 5,5 inch Full HD screen, a Helio P15 processor, a Mali-T860MP2 GPU, a 3,050 mAh battery and 32 GB of internal storage and 4 GB of RAM. The device will have a 13 Mpix main camera and an 8 Mpix front shooter. Because it is set to launch in Asia, the phone will come with a skinned version of Android Marshmallow.


source: Steve Hemmerstoffer

Patrick is a student and tech enthusiast, mostly interested in UI design, Android modding and custom ROMs.
  • luistoluca

    Really? The photos are leaked in China, in China the Moto phones not come with Android Stock

    • techviewblog

      Hi, thanks for commenting. We have indeed not mentioned that in the post so it has been updated.