Skinomi unveils what is to be the clearest photo leak of Moto M till date
Just of recent, we brought you what were images of the Motorola Moto M which is yet to be announced but we believed would be launched soon so that we can get access to the full and official specsheet that has been proving elusive for a while. Even though we have been seeing this in images and have confirmed that indeed, it would be the first device from the stables of Motorola to carry its own fingerprint scanner as a physical unit on the back, never before have we seen it in clearer images as that below and we have none other than Skinomi to thank for this one.
For those that are familiar with the name of the company just listed above, you would know that they are usually tasked with the job of producing protective skins for the body and screens of devices and now, we have found out that they would be offering the same kind of service for the Moto M also.
From what we have been able to find out so far, there is a 16MP unit of camera to support the fingerprint scanner on the back while the front would have a 5MP unit to appease the selfie lovers. Carrying 5.5 inches of screen and running on a MediaTek chipset, there is a special version of this one which has been specially developed for the Chinese market, according to what we have heard so far.
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