The renders show the Moto Z4 with a USB-C port, 3.5mm headphone jack, and single rear and front cameras.
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Motorola is speculated to be working on the G-Series of smartphones but a new report has revealed the company’s other project, the Moto Z4 Play. Tech news website CompareRaja, in association with OnLeaks, leaked the first 3D renders and 360-degree video of the smartphone showing a waterdrop notch, a camera bump and magnetic connection pins on the bottom of the back panel to attach the Moto Mods.
The images revealed by the news platform also show the rumoured device carrying a USB Type-C port for charging and a 3.5mm headphone jack, which some companies are now removing from their smartphones. Interestingly, the renders show the smartphone sporting only two cameras: one on the front and one on the back. If true, a single camera on the back is a downgrade from the Moto Z3 Play, which had a dual-camera setup on the rear panel. However, if it's as good as the Pixel 2's single camera setup, then it could be worth it.
The rear camera and LED flash are housed inside the usual bump that has been seen in most Motorola-branded phones. There is a Motorola logo below the rear camera and there are mod connecting pins below the logo. There is no visible fingerprint sensor which could mean that the phone might come with an in-display fingerprint sensor or no sensor at all and opt to only include face unlock.
There is a speaker grille on the top edge and the volume rocker as well as the power button are on the right edge of the phone. CompareRaja says that the dimensions of the device are 158 x 75 x 7.25 mm (9.4mm including rear camera bump) and the display size is roughly 6.2-inches. There is no information on the variants and colour options in the report, however, it mentions that the company could launch a 5G Moto Mod with the phone.
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