May 19, 2017 06:49 AM EDT
Lenovo is reported to decide to change its phone design of Moto series. The latest leaked image of Moto Z2 showed a different shape of the home button and a dual LED flash.
According to the report on Thursday, May 18 from NDTV, the latest leaked image of Moto Z2 showed the home button is now in an oval shape, instead of the square one, which was shown in the leaked of the earlier series of Moto Z2 Play. Meanwhile, another significant improvement is seen in its dual LED flash.
The latest leaked image of Moto Z2 has also spotted a fingerprint scanner in the front part of the smartphone, not in the back. As for now, the latest leaked image of Moto Z2 consists of three different models of the series, the Moto Z2 and Moto Z2 Play and Moto Z2 Force.
At the same day, Android Authority also reported the latest leaked image of Moto Z2 Force. The leaked is based on the official render of the phone. Moto Z2 Force is designated to be the high-end handset of the Moto Z2 series from Lenovo, the company that owns the Motorola mobile division.
Although the latest leaked image of Moto Z2 came from the different source, but it can be confirmed there are some similarities. All three of the Moto Z2 phone series look very much similar to the last year's version. The latest leaked image of Moto Z2 also suggested the company will bring back the 3.5mm headphone jack, which was removed from the last year's series.
The return of the 3.5mm headphone jack in the 2017 series, as shown in the latest leaked image of Moto Z2, shows that the technology maturity of USB Type-C port is not ready to replace the headphone jack function. Watch the rendering of the latest leaked image of Moto Z2 also in a 360-degree video below:
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