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Motorola Moto M with 5.5 FHD display launch in India on 13th December

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The Motorola Moto M smartphone was initially spilled in live pictures in October and after that the organization prodded the launch of this all metal body smartphone on its social channels. Presently, the organization has at last conveyed welcomes for the dispatch of the telephone in India on thirteenth December, 11:30 am onwards.

The Motorola Moto M was propelled in China on eighth November at a cost of 1999 Yuan (approx. Rs. 19,900). It likewise has a unibody metal plan and a unique finger impression sensor on the back.

Motorola M is an altogether a new smartphone from the Moto Z marker. It bears no similarities with the company’s existing Moto M or Moto Z series. It is a metal smartphone with rounded edges and antenna lines running near the top and bottom.  Generally, Motorola’s smartphones feature a square fingerprint scanner embedded on the front.


To the extent particulars are concerned, the Moto M brandishes a 5.5-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) Super AMOLED show.The processor is matched with 4GB RAM.

The Motorola Moto M packs a 16MP back camera with double tone LED streak, PDAF,It accompanies 32GB internal memory that is expandable up to 128GB by means of a microSD card.

The half breed double sim smartphone keeps running on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.It is sponsored by a 3050 mAh battery with Turbo charging. Availability alternatives incorporate 4G VoLTE, WiFi 802.11 air conditioning, Bluetooth 4.1 LE, GPS, NFC and USB Type-C. It accompanies a 3.5mm sound jack and Dolby Atmos speakers. It gauges at 151.35×75.35×7.85mm and weighs at 163g.

The Motorola Moto M comes in Gold and Silver hues. Be that as it may, the estimating for India will be known at the dispatch occasion as it were. Stay tuned for more redesigns!

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