We've received some pictures of a device that we knew very little of: the Moto M Plus . We've talked about the Moto M before, but that one is a whole different device, with the M Plus being closer to Motorola's traditional design language.
The new Moto M Plus features a front facing fingerprint scanner and a 6.0" 1080p display for those Nexus 6 fans. And there's also a Snapdragon 652 on board, so expect this device to be sold as a premium/upper mid-tier device.
Unlike the Moto M (without the Plus ), this one doesn't come with a rear fingerprint scanner. As you will see in the next picture, the back of the phone comes with a very similar design to the original Droid Turbo (you can see the curves) and the Moto Z camera set up.
We also got some info about its brother, Moto M, which will be announced very soon, with a late November or early December international release. However, we don't have information on Moto M+'s release date or if it will ever come out of China.