Lenovo and its subsidiary Motorola are reportedly gearing up to release a couple of new devices next week. The company's trailers have given a strong hint that it will release the Moto M on November 8 in Guanzhou, China. The device has already received certification from the Chinese telecom equipment certification authority TENAA.
The Moto M codenamed Kung-Fu is going to be the first device from Motorola's new M-series and could be exclusively available in the Chinese market. It is expected to be announced along with the Lenovo P2 on Tuesday.
The Moto M is expected to be available in two variants – 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. It is expected to come in Gold and Silver colours and priced at 1999 Yuan (around $300).
According to reports, the Moto M (XT-1662) or the model for Chinese market will sport a 5.5-inch full HD display with 1,080x1,920p resolution, powered by a MediaTek MT6755 processor clocking at 2.1GHz, and run Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. It is also expected to feature a 32GB internal memory, a 4GB RAM, a 16MP main camera, an 8MP secondary camera, and a 3,000mAh battery.
The Moto M (XT-1663) or the international model is expected to sport a 4.6-inch display, powered by a MediaTek MT6750 processor clocking at 1.9GHz, comes packed with a 32GB internal memory and a 3GB RAM, and mounts a 16MP main camera and an 8MP front-snapper.