Given its specs, Lenovo’s next smartphone is going to be mid-tiered. Tentative launch date – December 2016.
Although Lenovo has yet to provide an official date for its next Moto handset, leaks have suggested specifications at what is about to come.
According to a grainy render of Lenovo’s Moto M, Lenovo’s next smartphone will feature a rear-facing fingerprint sensor on a unibody frame, which clearly places the phone in the mid-tier range of current generation handsets. The welcome big surprise is in the battery department, which is a whopping 5,100mAh, which as per Lenovo, could give you more than a month of standby time, depending on your usage.
Naturally, your mileage will wary depending on how you use the phone, the battery though is nearly 47% bigger than Google’s Pixel XL and more than 75% bigger than Apple iPhone 7 Plus.
Currently the LG X Power, has the king of batteries bundled in its phone, but leaks of the Moto M suggests that even this is going to be trumped.
Yes, Lenovo will include a 4.5A rapid charger in the box, so that you don’t have to charge it for a week so that you can use it for a month.
The rest of the phone is not as interesting as its battery. The Moto M will feature an octa-core 2.0Ghz Snapdragon processor, 4GB Ram, 32/64GB of storage, which can be expanded to 128GB and will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
As per Krispitech, Lenovo’s next handset is likely to land in December.
Check this blog later for updates on this leaks.