Before Motorola could officially unveil the new Moto M, its parent firm's official e-commerce site has jumped the gun by revealing the device's key features and details.
Lenovo e-store accidently listed the Moto M on its website for ¥1999 (approx. $295/€267/Rs 19,675). Once the word got out in the media, the webpage was taken down, but by then, many blogs had taken screen shots.
As per the listing, 5.5-inch Moto M will flaunt full HD display on the front and boast an all-metal body and measure just 4.3mm in thickness at the edge, making it one of the thinnest smartphone in the world. It is also said to house a fingerprint sensor on the back with a double layer of special nano-coating to make the device water resistant.
Under the hood, it is expected to come packed with 2.2GHz octa-core processor, understood to be MediaTek Helio P15 with 4GB RAM and 32GB internal storage.
It is also said to come with a 16MP primary camera with PDAF (Phase Detection Auto Focus, dual-tone LED flash, an 8MP front snapper and a 3,050mAH battery with fast charge support.
So far, neither Motorola nor Lenovo have made any official comment on the Moto M's leaked details. We just have to wait few more hours to know what the company has in store for fans.
Besides, the Moto M, Lenovo is expected to unveil P2 series phone later today.
Watch this space for more updates.
[Moto M's Picture Source: My Drivers ]