Lenovo and its subsidiary Motorola are likely to release two devices -- Moto M and Lenovo P2 -- soon. Reports are making the rounds that the trailers released by the companies hint that the handsets would be released on November 8 in Guanzhou, China.
It has been reported that Motorola would float a new M-series, and the first in line would be the Moto M codenamed Kung-Fu. The Chinese telecom equipment certification authority TENAA has already certified the device, giving a strong hint that its release is not far off. It is also reported that the handset would be exclusively available in Chinese market.
The Chinese company is expected to release two variants of the Moto M – one with model number XT-1662 to be made available exclusively for Chinese market, and the other with model number XT-1663 for international market.
The Moto M (XT-1662) is expected to feature a 5.5-inch full HD display with 1,080x1,920p resolution, a MediaTek MT6755 processor clocking at 2.1GHz, an Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system, a 32GB internal memory, a 4GB RAM, a 16MP main camera, an 8MP secondary camera, and a 3,000mAh battery.
The international model -- the Moto M (XT-1663) -- is expected to come with a 4.6-inch display, a MediaTek MT6750 processor clocking at 1.9GHz, a 32GB internal memory and a 3GB RAM, a 16MP main camera and an 8MP front-snapper.
On the other hand, the Lenovo P2 was already announced at the recent IFA 2016 event. It sports a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with 1,080x1,920 pixels (401 ppi pixel density), powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, and run Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system.
The device comes packed with a 32GB/64GB internal storage, a 3GB/4GB RAM (with microSD card slot), mounts a 13MP main camera and 5MP front-snapper, and a 5,100mAh battery.