Motorola has just announced its three new G6-series devices namely the Moto G6, Moto G6 Plus and the Moto G6 Play. Earlier some leaks were prevailing in the market about Motorola’s Moto Z3 Play smartphone but no clear image was there to give further information about it. In recent, a fresh image of the device got leaked online which tells us a lot more about the device. We are sharing this information with you all and if you are a die-hard Moto fan then going through entire write-up would be helpful.

This latest image leak is coming from the house of Androidheadlines, being a reputable Tech source we can account on it. Neither in the front nor in the rear a Fingerprint Scanner is visible, this time it has been moved to the side below the volume rockers. The setup looks quite similar to what we have witnessed on the Xperia handsets earlier. Moto Z3 Play will come with a 6.0(Inch) 18:9 ratio Full HD+ Display with a resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels. As suggested by rumors it will have an AMOLED grade panel.

The biggest noticeable change over the last year’s Z2 Play is a Dual-Camera setup in the rear. No information about camera specs is there but as suggested by previous leaks it will house a 12MP+8MP Dual-Camera setup in the rear. As disclosed by the image, Moto Z3 Play is constructed of Glass and Metal which looks premium and the Display bezels have also been decreased by a considerable margin. Nowhere in the above-provided image, a 3.5mm audio jack is visible which means the handset will omit it. A few days back the device has passed FCC where some its internal specs got leaked.

The device is expected to come powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636(64 bit) Octa-Core processor coupled with 4GB of RAM. The device will be made available in 64GB ROM version which will offer storage expandability via micro-SD card. Moto Z3 Play may rely on a 3000mAh battery for juice and the 16 pin connector for Moto mods is also visible in the image. No more facts and figures about the device are available, for more stay tuned to GoAndroid.


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