[UPDATED] Moto M may house a ridiculous 5,100mAh battery

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Motorola wants to give users even more power with a whopping 5,100mAh behemoth inside the Motorola Moto M.

While battery life has improved on phones like the iPhone and Google Pixel, battery life continues to be a hot topic among smartphone users. Users want to push their devices all day and beyond sometimes and many phones just can’t do it. We reviewed the Motorola Moto Z and Moto Z Play recently and found that the battery life in the Z Play was exceptional being able to get nearly 11.5 hours of screen on time with 16% battery left. That test was pushing the battery with WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth on, as well as 100% screen brightness and heavy video playback.

UPDATE (10/29/2016 09:37ET): The headline and original story refer to this Moto as the Moto M. Thanks to a reader we are correcting this as the Twitter conversation does clarify that this is the Lenovo P2 not the Moto M. Sorry for the confusion.

ORIGINAL STORY

The Moto Z Play comes with a 3,510mAh battery which is already pretty impressive, now Motorola wants to give users even more power with a whopping 5,100mAh behemoth inside the Motorola Moto M. Leaked photos and specs are putting a Snapdragon 625 processor, up to 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a microSD slot, and that massive 5,100mAh battery inside the Moto M.

If these specs hold true then the Moto M beats the LG X Power’s 4,100mAh by a full 1,000mAh. Now we don’t know much more than what you see above so pricing is a mystery as is regional availability. Phones like the Moto M and the LG X Power are probably not going to be everyone’s cup of tea but they should certainly cater to those who are looking for maximum use without having to find or use a charger throughout their day. We’ll keep our eyes peeled for the official announcement on this phone and hopefully it will be available globally.

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The rumored Moto M.

What do you think of this 5,100mAh monster? Is this the type of phone you need? Or are you OK charging your device every night? Let us know your thoughts and comments below or on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.

  Source: The Verge
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