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Moto M Makes its Way Through AnTuTu Benchmark

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Going through a lot of leaks and rumors, the Moto M ( XT1662) has finally made its way through the AnTuTu Benchmark. This has revealed some of the major specifications of the device. Also, it has confirmed that the device with model number XT1662 is Motorola Moto M & not any Moto X variant. 

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Well, as per AnTuTu Benchmark, the device has a Full HD display with 1080p resolution. We can expect a 5.5-inch display . There is 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory that will be expandable for sure. Also, the device is powered by MediaTek Helio P10 ( MT6755) chipset and Mali-T860 GPU so the phone could be China exclusive! There is a 16MP rear while an 8MP front-facing camera. The device still runs Android Marshmallow but the Android 7.0 Update will be rolled out as soon as it launched because Moto phones are the one of the first to get latest Android updates.

As mentioned before, just the key specs have been leaked so nothing more information is there via AnTuTu. Anyways, this has given a hint that the Moto M is going to be a powerful device. What are your thoughts? Do you expect a Snapdragon variant also? Do let us know via comments section. 🙂


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