A new Motorola device has just leaked courtesy of tech blog Krispitech.
The unannounced smartphone will reportedly ship with a Snapdragon 625 processor, up to 4GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable storage, rear-facing fingerprint sensor and, wait for it, a massive 5,100mAh battery.
According to TechDroider, the Moto M is designed to replace Motorola’s existing Moto X smartphone, though that may not be the case; the device pictured in these images looks different from the ‘Moto X’ successor Evan Blass posted earlier in the month.
We don’t have any information about if and when the Moto M will come to Canada. However, it’s worth noting that when the Moto M first leaked, word on the street was it was set to ship with a MediaTek processor. The inclusion of a Snapdragon processor makes it much more likely Motorola’s latest smartphone will come to North America, as MediaTek-equipped devices don’t often come to Canada and the U.S.