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Moto M Plus images surface confirming metal body and other features

As per a report the Motorola Moto M Plus would be exclusive to Asian markets.

Last month, alleged Motorola Moto M Plus (XT1662) smartphone was spotted on Chinese certification site TENAA. Now images of the actual device has surfaced online. Courtesy the live images, we now know some of its features as well.
Moto M Plus (XT1662)
In the image, the “About Phone” page is visible and there it is mentioned that the phone has XT1662 model number. Besides, it confirms that the phone will come with 2.1GHz MediaTek (MT6755) processor, 16 megapixel rear camera, 8 megapixel front camera, Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system, 4 GB RAM and 32 GB of internal memory. It also confirms that the phone has full HD display resolution and the display looks like to be of 5.5 inch.
Moto M Plus (XT1662)
The device does not have any home button; instead there are three on-screen touch buttons. The brand name – Moto – is written where the home button was supposed to be. Above the display lies a tiny speaker grill, the front camera and perhaps a proximity sensor. From the picture it is also quite clear that the device has a metal unibody. If you closely see the image, you will notice 4G in the notification panel and it most likely to have 4G VoLTE technology. There is an error notification for a micro SD card as well which means the phone will have an expandable storage slot as well. Also, in the images, the phone is shown in gold and silver colours but a black colour could also come.

Earlier the phone was found on TENAA benchmark listing. As per the listing, the Moto M Plus (XT1662) has a fingerprint scanner on the back panel, 3000 mAh battery, 4G LTE support and Dual SIM (Dual standby). There it was listed with dimension of 151 x 75 x 8 mm and weight of 163 grams.

Meanwhile a media report claimed that the alleged Motorola Moto M Plus would be exclusive to Asian markets and will be manufactured by Lenovo.

Note: The live images were posted on a website called ‘Techdroider’.

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