Motorola’s forthcoming Moto M smartphone has appeared in a new leak, just a week before it’s due to launch.
The Android smartphone comes with a rear fingerprint scanner, marking the first time Motorola has positioned biometric security technology at the back of a handset. Rear scanners are already standard in LG smartphones.
Elsewhere, the device sports an all–metal frame which gives it a premium look in line with HTC’s top–end 10 smartphone.
Other specs are said to include a 1080p full HD, a 5–inch screen, an 8-megapixel selfie camera, 16-megapixel main shooter and 32GB of storage with the ability to boost capacity by adding a microSD card.
Unfortunately, it seems the phone will not run the newest Android Nougat software out of the box and instead rely on 2015’s Android Marshmallow.
The device is expected to be revealed in China on November 8th.