Monday, 3 July 2017

Moto M2 reportedly arriving in October with Helio P20 chip, 6GB RAM

The Moto M was Motorola's first smartphone to sport a metal body and is the company's only device till date to have a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. It was also the company's most successful smartphone of 2016, and Motorola claims to have sold a total more than 3 million units.

That said, Motorola is reportedly working on its successor, the Moto M2. Popular Motorola tipster Andri Yatim has revealed possible key specs, and a launch time frame. 

According to the source, the Moto M2 will have 5.5-inch Full HD display, same as its predecessor, and will utilize MediaTek's Helio P20 processor. Interestingly, it will pack a massive 6GB RAM. 

As with every Moto device, the Moto M2 is said to be offered in two variants - 4GB RAM/32GB storage and 6GB RAM/64GB storage. As for the announcement time, the Moto M2 is expected to come out sometime in October this year. 

To recap, the Moto M was unveiled in November 2016, so it makes sense, that Moto M2 will be arriving one year later around the same time. The specs of Moto M include 5.5-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display, octa-core MediaTek Helio P15 chip, 3G/4GB RAM, 32GB/64GB storage, 16MP/8MP cameras, and 3050mAh battery. It shipped with Android Marshmallow, but Nougat update is already available for the device.

The Moto M was launched in India back in December last year as an online exclusive (Flipkart), but recently Motorola started selling it through offline channel. The 3GB RAM/32GB storage version costs Rs. 15,999, while the 4GB RAM/64GB storage is priced Rs. 17,999.

Meanwhile, Motorola is expected to announce the company's flagship, the Moto Z2 any time soon, and in the coming months Moto G5S & G5S Plus, and Moto X4 will also go official.

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