Jun 12, 2017 06:26 PM EDT
Leaks have been rampant about the successor of the recently released Moto M smartphone. However, the most updated leak entices tech enthusiasts due to the rumored Moto M2 having an Helio processor along with powerful specs.
According to The Tech Bulletin, the believed Moto M2 was leaked on renowned benchmarking site, Geekbench with the product code name of Lenovo XT1902-3. Without giving in the name of the device, the device is believed to be the Moto M2 due to its Helio processor.
Speaking of specs, the Moto M successor was identified to be powered by a MediaTek Helio X20 1.85 GHz deca-core processor paired with a powerful Mali-T860 MP2 GPU. The score of the device in the benchmarking site was identified to be 1163 points in the single-core test while it received 4836 points in its multi-core test.
Aside from that, other specs of the Moto M2 were stated in the leak to be a 3GB of RAM or possibly 4GB of RAM capacity variants. The device was also mentioned to have options for either 32GB or 64GB of built-in internal storage as well. But the handset’s internal storage was rest assured to allow an expansion up to 128GB through a microSD card as reported by The Mobile Indian.
Regarding the Moto M, it is said to sport a 5.5-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) Super AMOLED display. It is said to run on the previous Android OS: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. The device was also described to feature 3GB RAM with 32GB of internal storage powered by an Octa-Core 2.2 GHz MediaTek Helio P15 CPU coupled with Mali-T860 MP2 GPU. The smartphone also offers a 4GB RAM with 64GB ROM variant.
Moreover, the expected Moto M2 was stated to run on the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat Operating System. The camera features weren’t seen in the leak but are believed to have autofocus and LED flash light. Nonetheless, the price, availability, launch date and the main product name of the rumored Moto M2 weren’t disclosed in the leak. Yet, the smartphone is expected to be made available in the markets soon.
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