Moto Z4 Play leaked renders shows off a waterdrop notch design

Motorola Z4 Play - Feature Image

Motorola’s Z series hasn’t been getting the attention it should have and the primary reason is the poor performance of its Z3 series introduced in 2018. Moving forward, the handset maker could try to resurrect the lost reputation of its flagship series and the Moto Z4 Play could be the start of it.

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Moto Z4 Play

According to a comparison website in partnership with OnLeaks, Motorola could introduce a significant design change on its Z3 Play successor. The Z4 Play is believed to sport a waterdrop notch. The company seems to be shifting to the waterdrop notch design in 2019. As earlier, the Moto G7 extensive leak suggested that two of its G series phone could be housing this waterdrop notch design.

Talking further about the Moto Z4 Play design, the handset looks to sport thin bezels and with no Motorola branding on the front, which makes it easier to keep the bottom chin thin. The renders further reveal that Motorola might not be opting for the dual rear camera setup.

Moto Z4 Play Overview

Sporting the familiar design for the Mod connector, there is not much changed on the rear part. The display is set to be at 6.2-inch in size with no mention of the resolution. The other suggested features include a USB Type-C port and 3.5mm audio jack. The one odd thing about this phone is the speaker grill placement, which is on the top edge as opposed to the usual bottom edge placement.

Also read: Moto G7 series could be arriving before the MWC 2019: report

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