By last year, it doesn’t appear that Motorola will launch its Moto Z smartphone before the end of the second quarter in 2018. The firm usually brings it its Moto Z line-up in the third quarter each year. However, when has that ever stopped the rumour mill from churning away? Numerous leaks and speculations have given rise to a vague idea of what could be expected from the upcoming smartphone.
The Moto Z3 Play has explicitly made it to the official FCC website as well. Now a new set of 3D renders are set to reveal the ultimate design of the handset. By these pictures, it doesn’t appear that the device will sport many changes in comparison to its predecessor. It looks like the smartphone will not have a significant redesign. However, there are a few fundamental changes that may make the smartphone worthy of purchase.
As far as its design is concerned, the alleged Moto Z3 Play smartphone seems to pack a thin bezel on the front panel. On the display front, the device offers 6-inch committee along with 18:9 aspect ratio. Apart from this, the slim bezels situated on the bottom portion of the handset indicate that there will be no room for a fingerprint scanner there.
In other words, the fingerprint scanning feature may appear on the rear panel. The bottom bezels end up featuring the official Motorola branding. Therefore, instead of the fingerprint sensor on the bottom, the official Motorola branding appears. Apart from this, connector pins for the Moto Mods have been changed.
Instead of representing a set of circular nails as seen on the Moto Z2 series, there is a set of rectangular pins. What’s interesting is that there is an identical number of pins, all of which are hinting that the old models will be compatible with the new Moto Z3 Play smartphone.