Moto Z2 Play Leaked With Barely 6mm Thick

Last year a lot of mobile users spent their great admiration for Moto Z Play because of its numerous features, notably its huge battery life. Nevertheless, this year seemingly it will make its fans disappointed if the information leaked from TENAA’s website reflects exactly the truth.

A Motorola device with XT1710-08 internal designation certified by the Chinese regulator showed that it was similar to the Moto Z2 Play. At first, the first-gen Moto Z Play is expected to come with a 3,510mAh battery, even some rumors that it may be equipped with a 3000 mAh power pack. However, it is obvious that the truth is beyond our expectation.

At the present, the company has not planned to roll out any additional MotoMod batteries for this year. Hence, it can be estimated that it is attempting to attract a more fashion-obsessed audience with the Moto Z2 Play’s 5.99mm thickness. Sooner or later, the result will be unearthed.

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People believe that the Moto Z2 Play features a 5.5-inch FullHD AMOLED display which is the same as the previous model. In spite of the fact that the chipset is not specified in the listing, the phone will come with the 2.2GHz octa-core CPU lines up perfectly with the Snapdragon 626. This is regarded as a light improvement, compared to the frugal S625 of last year. Apart from that, it also supports 4GB RAM together with 64GB storage. Nonetheless, its primary camera just stops at 12MP unit (4MP lower than the previous version), according to TENAA. Last but not least, its specs still consist of the same 12MP f/1.7 setup that is like the Moto G5 Plus and its front is also equipped with a 5MP shooter, not different from the Z Play. Based on some sources of information, the phone is going to be launched June 8th.