Motorola is working on a successor to the Moto M from last year, a new rumor claims. According to a leakster that's rather new on the scene, the Moto M2 should become available by October. That tracks nicely with the original's November 2016 unveiling.
The Moto M2 is said to be offered in more markets than its predecessor, which is certainly good news. The original M was sold only in China at first, then slowly expanding to a few more countries after that.
The Moto M2 will apparently come with "cutting edge MediaTek processors", a 5.5-inch 1080p touchscreen (just like the M), and a choice between 4 or 6GB of RAM and 32 or 64GB of built-in storage, depending on which model you buy. As this is nothing but an unconfirmed rumor for now, make sure you don't take it for granted. If any of this is accurate, expect to see the information confirmed in subsequent leaks.
I was hoping that the new Moto M won't have a Mediatek processor like it's predecessor.
LPDDR2? You're too generous. You know what they do? When you trade-in an old phone at your carrier or when you dispose safely of a super old phone, they are taking the RAM and NVM (ROM is Read-only memory, NVM is RAM-Based Non-volatile memory like NA...
Lenovo is clearly destroying Motorola. Launching 30 phones a year and giving super late OS updates and now this