Moto Z2 Play Leaks Again in Live Images along with the Retail Box

Lenovo’s upcoming Moto Z2 Play smartphone has been leaked again in Live images along with the retail box and reveals some of the specifications that will be offered with the phone.

The leaked images, posted on Instagram by tecduos, show the Moto Z2 Play’s alleged retail box with bright red color and also the smartphone itself with a specification sticker on top of it, as pointed out in a report by DroidHolic. As per the leaked specifications from the live images, the Moto Z2 Play will come with a 5.5-inch FHD display (1920 x 1080 resolution), while being powered by the Snapdragon 626 SoC and 4GB of RAM.

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Quandt also confirmed that the Moto Z2 Play will come with 64GB of base storage, while also including a microSD card slot for expandable storage options. In terms of cameras, we can find a 5MP sensor for taking your selfies, while a front-facing flash will help make sure that you get enough lighting. The main camera will feature a 12MP sensor which is capable of shooting in 4K while including dual-LED flash sensors placed just below the camera.

Inside the box, you will see a charger, USB cable, earphones and the standard warranty papers. Well, that is pretty much about it regarding the packaging of the device.

This latest leak shows off 3 different color variants of the Moto Z2 Play, while also sharing that we’ll see the return of a few Moto Mods with the device. According to the renders, the Z2 Play will come in either black, silver, or gold, with the silver and gold variants featuring a white front panel.

While the Moto Z2 Play has already been leaked online in several occasions, Motorola is expected to unveil the device on June 8.

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And if that wasn’t enough, here’s an unboxing video of the Moto Z2 Play in all its glory (although it’s not in English):

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