After VentureBeat shed some light on the Moto C and Moto C Plus entry-level Android smartphones recently, some more renders of the duo along with a few other upcoming Motorola smartphones have been leaked online courtesy of leakster OnLeaks.
The Moto C and Moto C Plus, as we told you earlier, are going to be the most affordable Motorola smartphones yet. However, they do pack decent hardware specifications and will be offering a stock Nougat experience at a very low price. Most entry-level smartphones run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow or older version of Android, so the Moto C will definitely have the edge in software department.
The Moto E4 on the other hand looks like a step-up from the C line in terms of design. We can see that it has a metal build and includes a dedicated LED flash on the front. At the back, we see that the smartphone features visible antenna lines, something that we haven’t seen before on a Motorola smartphone.
Finally, we have the flagship Moto Z2. As confirmed by Lenovo officials, the Moto Z2 continues to use the modular design approach as last year’s models. You will be able to connect various MotoMod accessories to the Moto Z2 thanks to the same pogo pin connectors seen on the Moto Z line of devices. In terms of the overall design as well, it looks like the Moto Z2 will be quite similar to its predecessor. What appears to be different is that the Moto Z2 features a dual-camera setup at the back, below which we see a circular fingerprint scanner. There is some good news for selfie fanatics as well. The Moto Z2 will be equipped with a dual-tone LED flash on the front, an upgrade over the single LED flash on the current Moto Z. This means you can take great selfies even under low-light. While no specs have been leaked yet, we do expect the Moto Z2 to be powered by the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core SoC under the hood, possibly paired with up to 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM.