Lenovo and Moto have yet to actually announce the smartphone, but the Moto M.Motrola phones are really great good battery back up as well as camera and lots more.
Metal design might actually be the best thing about the Moto M.Chinese OEMs continue to prove, even mid-range smartphones are embracing metal now. Strangely enough, Moto didn’t opt to introduce the material in a premium flagship.
What customers look for??? Design or look may be specification.The 5.5-inch screen, only goes as far as 1080p. There is, however, 4 GB of RAM, which is particularly deceptive. Because running inside is MediaTek’s mid-range processor, the Helio P15. There are a few nice things though like a 16 megapixel PDAF rear camera paired with an 8 megapixel front shooter, a rear fingerprint sensor, and Dolby Atmos Audio and one more it as head phone jack.
All of these come in a 1,999 RMB ($295).The Moto M is slated to officially launch 11th November.