LEAKED: So This is How Motorola Moto Z Play Looks Like

    Recently, the company has been working on the Play variant of Moto Z smartphone. In a way of confirming that, the live image of the device, the purported Moto Z Play has surfaced on the Internet.

    LEAKED: So This is How Motorola Moto Z Play Looks Like

    Initially, this image has been posted on Reddit and Instagram revealing the prototype of Moto Z Play.

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    As per the report, the Moto Z Play comes with a glass panel at back and expected to come in Black and White image. Meanwhile, design-wise the Moto Z Play is similar to that of the original Moto Z device. From the above image, we can see the smartphone featuring a home button with a fingerprint scanner, a front camera, and sensors.

    LEAKED: So This is How Motorola Moto Z Play Looks Like

    As per the leaks, the so-called Moto Z Play will come packed with Full HD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor, 3GB RAM, 64GB inbuilt memory under the hood.

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    If the rumor turns out to be true, this smartphone will come with 16MP rear camera, 5MP front camera along with Moto Mods support.

    LEAKED: So This is How Motorola Moto Z Play Looks Like

    Previously, Lenovo has unveiled Moto Z and Moto Z Force smartphones at Tech World 2016 event in San Francisco. Meanwhile, the Moto X has also been surfaced during the certification process in China. As per the report, this smartphone will come packed with a 4.6-inch display, Octa-Core MediaTek Helio P10 SoC, 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM, 16MP/8MP camera
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