Here's a leaked render of the Moto Z3 Play

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There are also some dual cameras on the back of a render that was tweeted by frequent tipster Evan Blass.

What we also notice in the leak is a new Indigo colour variant being revealed, which would make the Moto Z3 Play stand out. This means that your smartphone must be compatible with the Moto Mods now available in the market. The image showed the ratio of 18: 9 and frames similar to what we can find in the third generation of Moto Series Z phones. We've often crowned the latest Moto G as the best bang-for-your-buck smartphone around, so if you're eyeing one of the new Moto G6 models ... well, we can't blame you. Below the camera, where many phones have a fingerprint scanner, there is a static image of the Motorola Batwings logo. The Moto Z3 Play also seem to have thinner bezels compared to its predecessor. Interestingly, the image suggests that Motorola has removed the headphone jack from the Moto Z3 Play.

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The render shows a large space beside the volume rockers which will house the fingerprint button on the right, while the power button is now shifted to the left edge. What that means remains to be seen, though if we had to speculate, we would assume that the mod includes the radios necessary to connect to 5G networks.

Motorola announced its 2018's E and G series devices last month in Brazil, and the phones are set to launch in major smartphone markets like India.

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As for internals, there are no new leaks yet, but going by what we know, the Z3 Play is expected to feature 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of onboard storage and will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 SoC. With the number of rumors surrounding the Moto Z3 Play having increased in the last month or so, we fully expect that phone to show up first, with the standard Moto Z3 to follow shortly after.

If you wondered where the fingerprint has gone missing among all these physical attributes, need we remind you that the Moto Z3 Play will come with an edge-mounted fingerprint scanner.

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