Motorola Moto Z4 Play With Droplet Notch Leaks Out in Video Render


Motorola Moto Z4 Play video render by @Onleaks reveals Motorola Moto Z4 has a drop notch and support Moto Mods. The Fingerprint Scanner supposedly toes under the screen.

Motorola is expected to release many new smartphones this year. In Addition to the popular midrange G series, we will also see the Premium Z series phones. The first phone of the Z series has already been leaked today. Moto Z4 Play is the less premium phone of the bunch with an emphasis on great battery life.

The first images of the Moto Z4 Play along with a video render was posted earlier by Onleaks a reputable telecom insider who is often the first one to leak info about new devices.

As you can see in the images and the rendered video below phone has a water drop style notch and has support for the Moto Mods. It’s good to see Motorola still going with the Mod support. Those who have already purchased Moto Mods for their Z series of phones should be excited.

As the phone is bezel-less there is no room for the fingerprint sensor at the front. Our best guess is that the fingerprint sensor will go below the display or may be at the back where the Moto logo stands.

The renders show a lot of similarities with existing Moto Z smartphones such as the pins on the back where the Moto Mods can be attached. The camera module on the back also has the recognizable circular shape. There is one camera behind and to be seen.

Furthermore, we see a USB port and headphone input on the bottom. Unlike a lot of other devices, the Moto Z4 Play does not get a double camera according to the renders. Both the front and back you shoot pictures with a single sensor. This is striking because the Z3 Play does have a double camera lens on the back.

The Motorola Moto Z4 Play is rumoured to be announced in March or April. In terms of specifications, we are still largely in the dark, but it seems that he gets a Snapdragon 670 or 675 processor.

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