The as yet unannounced Moto M has seemingly leaked once again, with specs for the handset appearing on AnTuTu's Weibo site.
Last week, reports emerged that the phone would come with an impressive 5,100mAh battery unit, which would allow for 78 hours of talk time and a month of standby.
Those same reports also claimed the Moto M would come with an octa-core Snapdragon 625 chip below the hood, alongside 4GB RAM.
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But the new AnTuTu leak (via PhoneArena) casts some doubt on those specs, as it seems to suggest the phone will come with a MediaTek Helio P10 (MT6755) chipset.
Also listed in the 'leaked' specs is a Mali-T860 MP4 GPU, along with the same 4GB of RAM that was listed in the previous reports.
There's also a 16MP camera on back according to the specs, and an 8MP front-facing setup, with Android 6.0 acting as the OS.
There is, of course, no way to know whether this latest 'leak' is legitimate, so in that sense the phone remains somewhat of a mystery, but based on other reports, it seems as though the 4GB RAM, and Android 6.0 are a safe bet.
It's also been suggested that the Moto M will be the first Motorola (slash Lenovo) handset to offer a rear-facing fingerprint sensor.
The phone looks like it will be launching in Asian markets only, with a Chinese version coming with pre-installed Microsoft apps.
We'll know for sure just what the phone features when the Moto M is officially announced, which is expected to be on November 8, so stay tuned.
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