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- Author: Kyle Warner Apr 24, 2017,
Apr 24, 2017, 5:57
As we know about the day by day new models reaching the market from the popular brand MOTOROLA powered by Lenovo.
The Moto Z2 Play's apparently going to borrow the Moto G5's One Button Nav feature as well.
After reports of its production, the highly anticipated Moto Z2 Play from Motorola and Lenovo finally shows its face in a new leak. While the phone can't be seen from all angles in this single image, what can be seen is a familiar design to the old Moto Z Play albeit with a few refinements and touch ups to the style. For one, it redesigned the home button to more closely mirror those on the Moto G5 and G5 Plus, but that's where things stop, apparently.
An alleged leaked picture of the Moto Z2 Play has been spotted online. Among those devices, Moto Z Play was an awesome mid-ranger device with high-end specs.
As with the Moto Z Play, the sequel will also support Motorola's Moto Mods accessories, snap-on accessories for the Moto Z line that add different kinds of functionality.
Moto X (2017) is one of the forthcoming phones from Lenovo. As its predecessor the Moto Z2 Force will incorporate a 5,5-inch touchscreen display with a QHD resolution. This also gave a clue to Motorola's continuation of this series with additional features both in hardware and software. Its predecessor came with a 3,510 mAh battery. People rushed to interpret this as a tease for the upcoming release, but then again, there is no official confirmation about this date, so it's better to take everything with a grain of salt. The Moto Z2 Play will probably also offer a microSD card slot so storage is expandable.
In the camera department, the device sports an 8-megapixel shooter with LED flashlight on its back and a 5-megapixel selfie camera in the front.
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