There has been a rise in the Lenovo tech outlet, as more devices continue to penetrate the market using Lenovo’s name or its subsidiary brands such as Moto and ZUK. Ranging from the entry-level Moto G4 Play, mid-rangers Moto G4, G4 Plus, the high-end Moto Z and Z Force, to the Moto Z Play which is still in the factory.
Late last month, a device known as the Lenovo Moto M (XT-1662) was endorsed by Chinese regulation agency TENAA. It seemed to be the lesser version with a modest screen size of 4.6” 1080p resolution display, powered by a MediaTek MT6750 SoC with Octa-core 1.9GHz processor and Mali-T860.
In terms of memory, it sports a RAM of 3GB and a storage of 32GB. The camera of the Moto M features a 16MP main unit and an 8MP front shooter with LED flash, running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box.
The bigger model which leaked in the wild will come with a 5.5” with 1080p resolution. The RAM is 4GB and 32GB of internal storage with the fingerprint sensor located at the front instead of the back as other Moto devices. To the camera end, 16MP camera will be at the rear to juice it up whilst the front camera will be boosted by an 8MP shooter for selfies. The battery capacity is 3000mAh.
Based on the new images, the design does not change from the traditional design employed by Motorola, the bezels are slim and there are standard round corners, coupled with the company branding at the bottom of the display.
As these devices have been certified by TENAA, it looks likely that it is exclusive to the Chinese market. Well, both devices could be announced soon, so stay tuned!