Moto M is a metallic Moto G4 with a few design tweaks.
Lenovo unveiled the Moto M earlier this month in China, and the company is all set to bring the device to India soon. A tweet posted by Motorola India suggests we'll see the phone make its debut in the market sometime next month.
To recap, the Moto M offers a 5.5-inch Full HD panel, 4GB of RAM, 32GB storage, microSD slot, dual-SIM connectivity, 16MP camera, 8MP front shooter, 4G with VoLTE, NFC, and a 3050mAh battery. The Chinese variant is powered by a 2.2GHz MediaTek Helio P15 SoC, and will likely feature a Snapdragon SoC.
The phone itself looks like a Moto G4 Plus with a metal body and a welcome design change: the fingerprint sensor is now located at the back. Lenovo didn't release the Moto G4 variant with 4GB of RAM in India, so the Moto M can slot in as an upgrade to the Moto G4 Plus with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage. The Moto M retails for the equivalent of $295 in China (¥1999), so it is possible we'll see a sub-₹20,000 pricing for the Indian market.