Specs and pictures leak for the Motorola Moto Z Play
The Motorola Moto Z Play is yet to be officially unveiled by Motorola themselves but when it comes to the smartphone market, leaks are always nearly guaranteed and this device is having its own fair share also right now. With pictures of the device surfacing online, one of the images have shown that this one would stick with the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack that we have all come to be accustomed to and from the AnTuTu tests, we have more than pictures but also, specs, to consider.
For one, the Moto Z Play has been certified by TENAA in China which means that it would be sold in that market. Moving along, the 5 inches’ device would be packing a QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 chipset and thus would have an octa core CPU at its disposal. Further under the hood is a 3GB RAM coupled to an internal storage space of 64GB with options for expansion as the user sees fit.
The back of the phone is adorned with a 16MP camera and on the front sits a 5MP shooter for selfies and video chatting. For now, we are not sure of the battery power but it has been listed as one of either 3300mAh or 3510mAh. For colours, the device would be offered in neutral colours of white and black.
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