Moto Z3 PLAY leaks lovely looks in one shot

The next Moto Z [PLAY] smartphone appeared on the web on April 25th as a single 2-sided render. This image showed the front and the back of this Moto Z3 PLAY device, the third-generation smartphone in a line of plug-and-play modular smartphone devices. This device will likely be revealed officially by Motorola and/or Lenovo very, very soon.

This device is rumored to roll with a 6-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen with 1080 x 2160 pixel resolution. That's with a 2:1 ratio (18:9 they say) with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 on top. This is a slight adjustment from the Moto Z2 that had a slightly more traditionally-shaped display – this one's corners are a tiny bit more round.

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This device likely has Android 8.1 Oreo or later on it – or will when it's released. The processor was rumored to be a Qualcomm SDM636 Snapdragon 636. That would have a Octa-core 1.8 GHz Kryo 260 CPU and an Adreno 509 GPU onboard. Along with said processor this device was rumored to come with two possible combinations of internal storage size and RAM.

One version was tipped as having 32GB internal storage and 4GB of RAM. The other was said to have 64GB of internal storage and 6GB of RAM. If this device has what its predecessors had, it'll have a microSD card slot to hold up to 256GB of additional media.

On the back we're likely looking at 2x 12-megapixel cameras with (f/1.6) + 8 MP, phase detection and laser autofocus, and a dual-LED dual-tone flash. This device also has the same connection hardware provided with previous Moto Z devices. That means it'll be able to run all Moto Z MotoMods – just as it should!

The leaked image comes from Android Headlines where they suggest they've gotten said image from an anonymous source. If it looks like a fish, and feels like a fish, chances are it's a real Moto Z3. Stick around for more action on a MotoMod front, coming soon.

NOTE: This article previously included the name "Moto Z3" when it should have used "Moto Z3 PLAY." The author is very sorry and has, as a result of this dishonorable mistake, thrown himself into a vat of fully liquified, molten Gorilla Glass.