May 29, 2017 04:51 PM EDT
Moto Z2 Play has been pinched with another potential sort of leak, which reveals much about the smartphone's features and specs. The leak was tipped by Roland Quandt of WinFuture, who posted a video of first ever unboxing clip of Moto Z2 Play on Youtube.
The clip has already created a superlative hype among the tech fans for this handset. According to Android Headlines, Moto Z2 Play will be launched with three color options: black, silver, and gold. And unquie thing about the silver and gold variant of the smartphone is that both of these would flaunt white front panels. Moto Z2 Play would be compatible with Moto Mods. This will give the smartphone the strength to actiave the greatest and all the latest range of external utilities driven by Lenovo. Besides all these, the smartphone's system attributes have also been revealed.
Phandroid pointed that Moto Z2 Play would boast 5.5-inch full HD display and it would be run by Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. As for the memory, the handset would boast 4 GB RAM coupled with 64 GB internal storage which could be expanadable with the support of Micro SD cards. As for camera specifications, Moto Z2 Play would boast a 5 megapixel selfie clicker alongside a 12 megapixel rear snapper which would be capable of clicking moments on 4K resolution with the support of dual LED flash even in places with lesser natural lights.
Lenovo has already revolutionized the world of smartphones with its concepts of Moto Mods. With this next flagship of Moto Z lineup: Moto Z2 Play, the company is expected to revitalize this concepts to its next stage. There are no official words abaout the smartphone's price tag has been revealed from any official sources yet.
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