We have got a ton of leaks related to the upcoming Moto devices that include Moto C, Moto E4, E4 Plus, Z2, etc. Today, we have got the press renders of all the upcoming Moto phones. Lenovo may have just unveiled the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus in select markets but the company seems to be far from done in terms of planned launches. Motorola has been getting a lot of the spotlight lately, starting with the initial clamor over the company’s 44th anniversary video, which was conveniently uploaded in 480p to tease a couple of unreleased devices in the introductory montage.
Prolific phone tipster @OnLeaks shared renders of the alleged Moto C, Moto C Plus, Moto E4, and Moto Z2 smartphones.

Moto C


Moto C Plus


The Moto C is a new lineup of devices for Motorola. The market segment that the Lenovo-owned company is targeting is the ultra-affordable smartphone category. While the original Moto E redefined how cheap smartphones should look, feel, and perform back when it first launched, the company hopes to do again with the Moto C.

Moto E4


On the other hanfd Moto E4, the series is likely to get a complete makeover, and we expect it be priced slightly above the Moto C range. The leaked render seems to point that the alleged Moto E4 will sport a metallic body as two antenna bands can be seen running on top and bottom at the back of the handset. Unlike the Moto C phones, the Moto E4 can be seen featuring an oval button likely embedding the fingerprint scanner at the front. If this comes out to be true then the Moto E4 will be the first phone featuring a fingerprint scanner. Previously, the phone was spotted on the US FCC site.

Moto Z2


The ‘Z’ series is the premium smartphone series from Motorola, and we have got the press render of Moto Z2 Force too. There is no doubt that the Moto Z2 is also going to be the same regarding design. It features a dual camera setup on the back with the same circular module design as seen on last year’s Moto Zs. Rest of the design is completely the same as Moto Z of 2016 except the shape of fingerprint reader which is oval-shaped this time.


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