The very popular Moto line will be utilizing Helio P15 in their latest releast– Motorola Moto  M.

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Motorola Moto M XT1662 specs

  • SOC: MediaTek MTK Helio [email protected]
  • RAM: 4GB
  • ROM: 32GB / 64GB (High version)
  • Display: 5.5″@1080P
  • Camera: 16MP PDAF focusing
  • OS: Android 6.0
  • Fingerprint sensor: Yes
  • Sound: Dolby Atmos
  • Release date: Within 1 month
  • Price: 1999CNY ($295USD)
  • Port: USB Type-C
  • TF SD expandable: Yes

Not Helio P10

It had been rumored that Moto M would carry MTK Helio P10, however now the official news has been released by Motorola and confirmed to be Helio P15.

Affordibility

While the cost of the Moto M may be prohibitive for some, users who value a local retail warranty and guaranteed quality control, along with the prestige of carrying a mainbrand mobile may consider the $295 tag a small price to pay.

MTK no longer up and coming

They’re already there. A long line of major manufacturers have chosen MediaTek processors to power their mobiles. The release of Moto M with Helio P15 further solidifies MTK as a mainstream SoC maker.

See our post comparing Helio P15 vs Helio P10.

Motorola Moto M will have Helio P15http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/moto-m-review-2-450x281.jpghttp://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/moto-m-review-2-150x150.jpg Damian Parsons MediaTekMotorolaMTK HelioTech
The very popular Moto line will be utilizing Helio P15 in their latest releast-- Motorola Moto  M. Motorola Moto M XT1662 specs SOC: MediaTek MTK Helio [email protected] RAM: 4GB ROM: 32GB / 64GB (High version) Display: [email protected] Camera: 16MP PDAF focusing OS: Android 6.0 Fingerprint sensor: Yes Sound: Dolby Atmos Release...
The very popular Moto line will be utilizing Helio P15 in their latest releast-- Motorola Moto  M.<span id="more-11123"></span> <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/moto-m-review-4.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-11128" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/moto-m-review-4.jpg" alt="moto-m-review-4" width="700" height="465" /></a> <h3><strong>Motorola Moto M XT1662 specs</strong></h3> <ul> <li><strong>SOC:</strong> MediaTek MTK Helio [email protected]</li> <li><strong>RAM:</strong> 4GB</li> <li><strong>ROM:</strong> 32GB / 64GB (High version)</li> <li><strong>Display:</strong> 5.5"@1080P</li> <li><strong>Camera:</strong> 16MP PDAF focusing</li> <li><strong>OS:</strong> Android 6.0</li> <li><strong>Fingerprint sensor:</strong> Yes</li> <li><strong>Sound:</strong> Dolby Atmos</li> <li><strong>Release date:</strong> Within 1 month</li> <li><strong>Price:</strong> 1999CNY ($295USD)</li> <li><strong>Port:</strong> USB Type-C</li> <li><strong>TF SD expandable:</strong> Yes</li> </ul> <h3>Not Helio P10</h3> It had been rumored that Moto M would carry MTK Helio P10, however now the official news has been released by Motorola and confirmed to be Helio P15. <h3>Affordibility</h3> While the cost of the Moto M may be prohibitive for some, users who value a local retail warranty and guaranteed quality control, along with the prestige of carrying a mainbrand mobile may consider the $295 tag a small price to pay. <h3>MTK no longer up and coming</h3> They're already there. A long line of major manufacturers have chosen MediaTek processors to power their mobiles. The release of Moto M with Helio P15 further solidifies MTK as a mainstream SoC maker. <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/11078/helio-p15-is-on-the-way-to-replace-helio-p10/">See our post comparing Helio P15 vs Helio P10.</a>



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