Many Moto smartphones are in the works for release this year, according to recent leaks, and now the Moto Z2 Play has joined the bandwagon. Alleged Moto Z2 Play renders have leaked online, and show the device from all angles.
The device has been leaked by TechnoBuffalo this time, and it shows the back, front and side of the Moto Z2 Play. All in all, the Moto Z2 Play looks a lot like its powerhouse predecessor Moto Z Play, except for probably the Home Button design. The camera module still juts out at the back, protected by a metal ring on the edges. The volume and power buttons are both housed on the right edge of the device. The Moto Z2 Play also has the connected pins at the back bringing support for Moto Mods. There’s also a front flash, and the Moto logo sits in the centre at the back.
Interestingly, there’s another bit of detail that hints at the alleged launch date of the device as well. Apparently, the display has the date June 8 on it, and it could presumably mean that the Moto Z2 Play may launch on that day. This is pure speculation, and may entirely be wrong. There are no specification details so far, but because there’s not much of an upgrade in terms of design, specification upgrades could be the highlight. We can expect the battery power to be as strong as the predecessor.
Moto is also reportedly working on a new ultra-affordable ‘C’ series, and the first smartphones leaked in the series are Moto C and Moto C Plus. Moto E4 and Moto X (2017) have also been leaked in past, and are rumoured to launch soon.