We got a first look at the Moto M last week, and we're now being treated to leaked press renders of the device. The leak comes from NowhereElse, and showcases the phone's metal chassis as well as the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
The Moto M made its way through China's TENAA earlier this week, revealing the hardware on offer. The phone will feature a 5.5-inch Full HD display, 8MP front camera, 16MP shooter at the back, 4GB of RAM, 32GB storage, and a microSD slot. Last week's rumor suggested we'll see the Snapdragon 625 powering the device, but it'll come with a 2.2GHz MediaTek Helio P15 instead. We could see the Snapdragon 625 variant in other markets. The 5100mAh battery rumor didn't pan out as well, and in its place we'll see a 3050mAh battery.
The phone is expected to make its debut in China on November 8, with official pricing slated to be ¥1,999 ($295).