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Leaked images of Moto E4 and E4 Plus appear online

Leaked images of Moto E4 and E4 Plus appear online Leaked images of Moto E4 and E4 Plus appear online
Theresa Hayes | 19 April, 2017, 00:50

In addition, a new tweet by Evan Blass suggests Verizon won't be holding back this year's Moto Z2 Force like they did the Moto Z Force last year.

Both "Motorola Moto Z Force" and "LG G6" have remarkable similarities, checking each device side by side in terms of specs, features and others. When quizzed about the Moto Z Play, the agent claims that an update to Android 7.1.1 is forthcoming, but that he's "not too sure about the exact date" the update will arrive. The result should be a display that can be dropped, scratched at and generally mishandled without breaking - all while still looking like a normal slim and attractive smartphone.

Both Android Authority and OnLeaks reportedly have 3D renderings of the Moto Z2 Force, and it seems that the headphone jack is making a comeback. It will also be powered by Snapdragon 835, the same Qualcomm chip that is inside the soon-to-launch Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.

Moto Z Play features a 5.5-inch AMOLED screen at 1080 x 1920 pixels resolutions.

Instead of physical home button under the display, Moto Z2 Force renderings suggest the company is planning a sensor that you'll use to unlock the device with your fingerprint or go back to your home page.

Although the Moto Z2 Force will try to compete with the Galaxy S8 or LG G6, it won't come with a similar design, according to reports. However, it will boast a thinner 5.99mm profile when compared to last year's model. This appears to be good news for all those who dropped the idea of buying the Moto Z series phones released past year because they lacked a headphone jack.

These details about "Moto Z Force" and "LG G6" might help smartphone consumers in choosing the best phone that will suit their preferences. It comes with an 8 MP Rear Camera and 2 MP front snapper camera.

That also means the upcoming Moto C series - as it has been so named and comprising of Moto C and Moto C Plus - will also supplement the current Moto E range that so far has been the most affordable device offering from the company.

Both the variants will function on latest Android 7.0 Nougat.