We hope you haven’t forgotten about Motorola just yet. Long gone are the days when the Motorola Razor used to be the darling of women and men alike all over the world but its merger with Lenovo might just be the support the company was looking for. Motorola and Lenovo’s joint first device is just around the corner and although it’s available in China for now, considering our friendship with the Chinese, this baby could soon be heading over to the southeast. We’re talking about the Lenovo Moto M.
Build quality and display
The Lenovo Moto M is one of the smartphones that are heavily related to the value for money slogan. Its build and performance both epitomize that very phrase. Talking about its build, the smartphone mirrors that to Huawei’s upcoming flagship, Mate9, with the metal back and camera sensor placed on top of a capsule-ish platform but with an added bonus of water resistance.
About its display, the Lenovo Moto M features a large 5.5 inches 1080p HD resolution touchscreen. 1080p quality and 5.5 inches touchscreens go very well with one another so we duly expect them to make good friends with each other in this device as well.
If you haven’t found the device interesting yet, the cameras will do their utmost to impress you. The smartphone features two excellent snappers in the form of a 16 megapixel primary sensor while the secondary camera features an 8 megapixel sensor. The primary sensor is not all about megapixels though as it’s genuinely aided by phase detection autofocus while the secondary sensor is sure to take good care of your selfie needs with its large sensor.
Hardware and software
In an era where larger and larger processors are being complimented by superior RAMs, the Lenovo Moto M ensures it stays within touching distance of the most powerful smartphones out there. Made possible due to an Octa-Core processor with 4GB of RAM, the built-in Marshmallow will have no problems performing its duties. 32 gigs of internal storage and a fingerprint sensor is also included in the package which is expected to cost around 35,000 rupees on its arrival in our country.