Lenovo Moto M could have another variant that would launch internationally
The sub-brand of Lenovo, Motorola, have been planning the launch of a smartphone for a while now and named the Moto M (XT-1662), we have already been treated to generous leaks and even live images of the smartphone in the past. Having been certified already by TENAA, we know that it would be launched in China and from all indications, China alone.
However, there is new information to suggest otherwise and we are hearing that there would be another variant of the same device which has been planned for the international market.
This other one would carry the model number XT-1663 instead and when we are talking about an international launch, they might not take these devices off the shores of Asia itself. The normal model is supposed to feature a 5.5 inch of screen and carry a resolution of 1080 x 1920. Running a MediaTek processor under the hood, there would be the pairing of 3GB RAM to 32GB internal storage space.
Going to the international model, the GeekBench sighting shows something like a 4.6 inch of screen instead and the same 1080 x 1920 resolution. The processors would be different but it would still pair 3GB of RAM with 32GB of internal storage space. As regards camera, it would have a 16MP unit on the back and 8MP on the front.
For now, let’s just await an official confirmation or something tangible to hold on to.
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