A series of renders of a new smartphone from the Lenovo stable, the Moto Z4 Play have surfaced, giving a lot of hints about the device. Some specifications and features of the phone are quite visible and others may be deduced. A Moto Mod in the rear of the phone could be an indicator that the phone is capable of being used for 5G connectivity.
More Details of the Phone from the Renders
The Moto Z4 Play is likely to sport a 6.2-inch display and the overall dimensions are predicted to be 158 mm x 75 mm x 7.25 mm. As you see with many Moto phones, there is the camera bump in the rear and with that, the thickness of this phone becomes 9.4 mm. The renders indicate that there will only be a single camera in the rear and it will have LED flash support. These two components are placed in a circular module that lifts slightly above the rear panel. Moving to the front of the renders of the Moto Z4 Play, there is the water drop shaped notch on top of the screen that will house the front selfie camera.
You can notice the power button and the volume rocker buttons are placed in the right side of the frame. There is no physical fingerprint sensor either in the rear or the sides. Does that confirm that the Moto Z4 Play will be provided with an in-display fingerprint sensor to unlock the device?
The 3.5 mm jack cannot be missed nor can you escape noticing the USB-C port and the tiny hole functioning as the microphone.
Now 5G service is being launched only in a limited number of countries like the US and the UK. Some markets in Europe may follow suit as well. South Korea is learnt to be running a test 5G service. Major device makers like Samsung and Huawei are expected to launch their first phones capable of running the 5G speeds. The phones than have to have the processors and the RAM to accommodate these higher data speeds. Hopefully, Moto Z4 Play will measure up to those requirements and will be released soon.
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