Rumors of the new addition to the Lenovo’s Moto line up has been circulating called Moto M, but the official date of release has yet not been confirmed. The leaked sets of specs have given hints that Lenovo Moto M might be the first Android 6.0 Marshmallow smart phone to come with a bundle of pre- installed Microsoft apps, according to Tech Droider.
The pre-installed apps will be present in the international variation of Moto M. These pre-installed apps which you’ll find might be, One Drive, Skype and Microsoft Office. Moreover, it is too early to say about the pre-installed apps as Tech Droider has not provided or referred to any source.
The most salient feature of Moto M is the massive battery which is 5,100 m Ah, along with 64 GB of storage, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 625 processor, up to 4 GB of Ram, a micro SD slot and of course a beautiful body according to the specs available from the blog of tech Krispitech. It looks to be much more like the last year’s Moto X and the new Moto XZ, as per the images leaked on the Chinese social media site Weibo.
Not much is known about the screens or the cameras, but still, from the leaked information, Moto M smart phone features a vertical camera with a rear facing fingerprint and the metallic uni-body frame places it specifically in the mid-tier handsets of current generation. Not only this, the 5.5 inch 1080 display is also expected to serve well in the Asian markets.
Unfortunately it seems that the device will not come with NFC, so think twice before you want to replace your wallet with your phone. It is quite possible that you will come to see a larger Moto M Plus also with the standard Moto M. There is no information regarding its cost or release date, but time wise, it seems that debut of Moto M will be soon.