Motorola Don't have official release date for Lenovo's next Moto handset just yet, but we do have a leaked set of specs that suggest at what is to come. According to techdroider.com, the Moto M will be the first Motorola smartphone to feature a back-facing fingerprint sensor and its unibody frame puts it solidly in the mid-tier of current generation handsets. But the large spec surprise here is a tremendous 5,100mAh battery which Lenovo approximations will give you more than a month of standby time.
That battery is still about 47 percent bigger than the Google Pixel XL and more than 75 percent larger in relation to the iPhone 7 Plus, although your mileage can vary greatly, obviously. And larger in relation to the last large-battery-packing cellphone we seen, the LG X Power. To charge a battery that size, Lenovo is additionally including a 4.5An accelerated charger in the carton.
When it comes to remaining specs: the Moto M will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow with an octa-core 2.0 GHz Snapdragon central processing unit, 4 or 4GB RAM, and 32 or 64GB of storage expandable to 128GB via microSD. Based on Krispitech, the Moto M will land in December, although that date continues to be unconfirmed.