The rumored Lenovo Moto M smartphone has once again leaked and this time, it is real life photos that we are talking about. The latest Lenovo Moto M leak has been reported by TechDroider who received photos from their source.

The Lenovo Moto M is said to come in an aluminium metallic unibody design and as shown in photos, there is no front-facing fingerprint scanner this time. It has been put at the back where we have seen the ‘Moto’ dimple so far and the brand’s logo is on the front.


In the photos, you can see that the Lenovo Moto M has the model number XT1662 and is running Android Marshmallow v6.0. There is a Full HD display with 4GB RAM and 32GB storage.

It’s also worth mentioning that the latest leak mentions that the Moto M has been manufactured by Lenovo instead of Motorola. This is also said to be the reason behind it being Asia exclusive. The phone is said to make its debut in China later this year.

The latest specs leak falls in line with what we saw in the TENAA listing of the XT 1662 last month. The specs are same except that the listing revealed some more details than the photos. The display size is at 5.5-inch and there is a 64GB model as well. The phone was also listed to be powered by a MediaTek chipset clocked at 2.2GHz with 16MP rear shooter.