New case renders reveal Moto G7 from all trajectories

Moto G7

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The latest one is a series of renders of the phone in a clear case. It looks like Motorola isn't giving up on the Mods in 2019. Following all of that, we now have our first look at another phone from the company that should see a release in 2019 - the Moto Z4 Play. A video render of the Moto Z4 Play has surfaced online that shows us the Moto Mods are here to stay, at least for another year. For this video render he has collaborated with Indian tech blog, CompareRaja. As noted the smartphone appears with waterdrop notch or teardrop notch with much slimmer bezels compared to the Moto G6. The rear also features Motorola's branding along with Moto Mod which could be 5G, so owners of the Moto Z4 Play will be able to enjoy 5G speeds.

There's little that we know of the specifications of the Moto Z4 Play as of yet, but the report states that the Moto Z4 Play sports a 6.2-inch display, and measures at 158x75x7.25mm (9.4mm including the rear camera bump). Below the sensor is a triple LED flash. Furthermore, with no fingerprint sensor in sight, it's likely that the Moto Z4 Play will use an in-display one. Since it can't be on the rear due to the Moto Mod, the only plausible place it can be is under the display. At the bottom there's the 3.5mm headphone jack, USB-C port and a pinhole microphone. The connector on the back of the Z4 Play looks identical to the one we've had since 2016, indicating that Motorola has chose to keep Mod support going for at least another year. The volume rocker and power buttons are placed on the right.

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The Moto Z3 Play launched before the Moto Z3, so we won't be surprised if the same thing happens with the Moto Z4 Play and the Moto Z4.

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