It seems that Lenovo intends to take full advantage of the acquisition of Motorola: In addition to the series E, G and Z, respectively dedicated to low, medium-low and high-end range, the Chinese manufacturer continues the development of two new cell phones called Moto M and Moto M Plus, which should occupy the remaining segment of the market, and that could be defined as a smartphone found between the performance and the price of Moto G, and some details of Moto Z. The Moto M Plus, on the other hand, is expected as the great phablet that the Chinese manufacturer was needing.
The two new devices have not gone unnoticed in recent weeks, but it has been in recent days when the first real pictures of one of the two phones appeared, although obviously leaked on the network by non-official sources. The new photos show, in fact, one smartphone equipped with a fingerprint sensor on the front and two new physical buttons on the back, one of which is very similar to the Motorola Nexus 6.
Moto M is the most modest of the two, as expected based on the name of both. According to rumors emerged before the appearance of these images, it will have a Full HD 5.5-inch screen, a MediaTek MT6755 octa-core processor of 64-bit along with 4 GB of RAM, and will include 32 GB of memory for internal storage, a fingerprint sensor in the back, and a battery of 3000 mAh. Moto M Plus increases in size and features a Full HD 6-inch screen, octa-core processor of 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 and fingerprint sensor placed, in this case, in the front of the device.
The images suggest that both smartphones could be made entirely of metal, but the information known or extrapolated from known data to date, unfortunately, end there, and we will have to wait for the official announcement to know all the details about the design and specifications. So much so, in fact, we don't even know when they could announce both smartphones. A still unknown date between late November and early December, which also will help us to know if the Moto M has something to do with the #mysterymoto hashtag shown on Twitter a few days ago (that according to some sources had no relation with Moto M).