In Pakistan, Moto M won't make much of an impression when u can buy an overall more balanced Lenovo K6 Note for 50$ cheaper and Huawei Honor 6X for 20$ cheaper. And there is Oppo F1s with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage which costs exactly the same as Moto M. Oh and don't forget, Galaxy J-5 Prime is dangerously close. And before I finish, Xiaomi just launched their smartphones officially in Pakistan which GSMArena didn't report at all although I tipped them. So, all in all, here in Pakistan, public in general is more excited for the upcoming Nokia 3 and 5 and Moto G5 and G5 Plus than this somehow outdated M.
I guess people are jumping onto this, since it's probably gonna be the last good looking Moto phone. The new G5 and G5 Plus are hideous, and so is the already-leaked Moto Z 2 (though the leak only showed the front)
Anonymous, 24 Mar 2017Nice try, Moto. No one's interested in buying MediaTek.plain MTK is bad but not MTK w/ Helio, educate yourself, and more importantly, people nowadays goes with the trend and what's popular, they have no idea what's inside their phone
Anonymous, 24 Mar 2017Nice try, Moto. No one's interested in buying MediaTek.ohh that's why they came up with this numbers of sales, educate your self dude.