All-Metal Moto M to Launch in India this Month; Here's a Look at Specifications
The Moto M looks shiny with its gold finish and definitely feels like a premium device.
Moto M is Motorola's first all-metal smartphone. (Image: Twitter)
The Moto M is heading towards India, the company has confirmed. The Lenovo-owned brand has unveiled the metal-clad smartphone in China.
The company took to Twitter to announce the Moto M's launch and said: "Something different is coming your way. Stay tuned to know more. #ComingSoon"
— Moto India (@Moto_IND) November 30, 2016
It is pertinent to note that the Moto M is Motorola's first all-metal smartphone since it returned to handset market and it was launched at CNY 1,999 (translated roughly into Rs. 19,700). The price of the smartphone is expected to remain around this range when it launches in India.
The Moto M is a mid-range smartphone with a unibody design that sports a 5.5-inch AMLOED display with full HD (1920×1080) resolution. Inside there is a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 octa-core processor with an Adreno 405 GPU. Also, the Moto M will have a 8 MP front camera, the company had announced.
The smartphone will also sport a a 16 MP rear camera that has been fitted with a dual LED flash. There are apparently two variants of the device – one with 32GB of storage with 3GB RAM and another with 64GB storage with 4GB of RAM. Both the variants will offer a microSD expansion slot.
The smartphone is likely to be splash proof or may have nano-coating as well, which means, you could expect it to be a little resistant against splash or minor rain. In terms of connectivity the smartphone comes with 4G VoLTE technology and has Wi-Fi 802.11ac, GPS/ A-GPS, NFC, USB Type C, 3.5mm and Bluetooth v4.1.
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