Major Moto Z3 Play leak reveals all that we should know about it

Motorola’s upcoming mid-range flagship smartphone is not a secret anymore, thanks to a recent Moto Z3 Play leak that divulged important details about it. Courtesy of a leaked internal document, now we know everything that should be known about this device. The document first landed in the hands of some folks at XDA Developers, who then published the specs for everyone to see. Let’s take a look on everything that was revealed in this leak.

First of all Moto Z3 Play will be powered with a Snapdragon 636 chipset and 4GB of RAM for best in class performance. Then there will be a 6-inch 18:9 “MaxVision” AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution, 2.5D curved glass front and storage options of 32GB or 64GB, both expandable with external SD cards. However, the major selling point of device will be its camera.

The latest Moto Z3 Play leak suggests that this device will come with 12mp dual-lens primary camera and 8mp secondary camera for selfies. It will also have special features like ability to create cinemagraphs, creative effects, spot color (a feature that allows you to leave just one color in the image), cutout mode (allows you to change the background of image) and of course, the portrait mode. This last feature will be available for both front as well as rear facing cameras.

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Finally, there will be a 3,000 mAh battery in the device and it will come with several Moto Mods to enhance the functionality. One of those Mods will expand the battery life, another one will be stylish shell for the device. Two other Mods are reportedly also under development that may offer a gamepad and a projector to work with Moto Z3 Play.

Image taken from GSMArena.

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