Reports states that the Moto M could come pre-installed with Microsoft apps
Last month, we carried the news that Lenovo and Microsoft had agreed on a new deal that would see the former manufacturer feature the apps of the later software giant on its devices from now on and already, it seems that they would be starting with the launch of the Motorola Moto M which is bound to be soon. According to a report that has shown up on the internet, the Moto M is one of the devices that would be carried under this programme also.
While we have already gotten news of a model of this device which would be launched internationally and have different specs to the normal Chinese only variant, there is expectation that the one which is bound for the Chinese market would come pre-installed with Microsoft Office, Skype and OneDrive. Before you start doubting there software that would be on the device, it has not changed from the Android Marshmallow that we have earlier reported.
Leaked photos have already shown us that the smartphone would sport 5.5 inches of screen, use a 4GB of RAM and pair that with an internal storage space of 32GB.
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