7 Things to Expect From the UPCOMING Moto M

It appears as if Motorola is on a launching spree. The Lenovo-owned company has recently launched its third iteration of E series smartphones - the E3 Power in India.

7 Things to Expect From the UPCOMING Moto M

And if rumours are to be believed, the company is already prepping to launch another smartphone dubbed the Moto M, aimed at the budget segment.

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Earlier today, TechDroider leaked a couple of photos giving insights to what we can expect from what could be the Moto's next offering.

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Manufactured by Lenovo, not Motorola

According to the rumours, the Moto M will be manufactured by Lenovo instead of Motorola. Moreover, it is rumoured to be exclusive to Asia. This could explain the subtle changes in the design language in the leaked images.

Likely to feature a metal unibody design

Speaking of design, Moto has largely relied on plastic to build its smartphones. However, this may change soon, the Moto M could be the company's first phone to come with a metal unibody design.

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Rear fingerprint scanner

According to the leaks, the upcoming phablet will feature a fingerprint scanner at the back, something which we haven't seen on any of the Moto devices yet.

MediaTek chipset onboard

Motorola has never used a MediaTek chipset in its phones until the recently launched Moto E3 Power. It appears that this trend is here to stay, the phablet could likely be powered by the MediaTek MT6755 octa-core processor clocked at 2.1GHz.

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4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage

The smartphone is expected to pack 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage space. There have been rumours that the phablet will come in two variants so, expect another phone to come with 3GB of RAM.

Full HD display

The phablet could feature a 5.5-inch Full HD display and come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box.

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16 MP camera for the shutterbugs

The 16 MP camera on the Moto G Plus (4th Gen) surprised us with its ability to capture great images. We can expect a similar camera on this unannounced Motorola phone. In terms of numbers, it is likely to sport a 16 MP rear camera and an 8 MP selfie camera.

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