Motorola has officially unveiled its new Moto M smartphone, ending weeks of leaks and speculation about the new Android handset.
Its spec sheet is solid, rather than spectacular, with 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage which can be expanded via microSD, a 16 megapixel camera round the back with dual flash smarts, an 8 megapixel selfie camera and USB–C.
The main design feature is undoubtedly the all–metal body, which is splash proof, with a rear mounted fingerprint scanner meaning there’s no physical home button at the bottom of the device.
There are gold and silver versions, although those sharp designs can't hide one major problem: the Moto M won’t run the latest Android Nougat software out of the box, nut instead will run on last year’s Android Marshmallow.
Its launch price is an impressive £240 SIM–free in China, although official UK pricing is yet to be confirmed.