The cheapest version of the rumoured Motorola Moto Z2 family Moto Z2 play have made its way onto the internet, and it looks very much like its predecessor, the Moto Z Play. The Render leaked via TechnoBuffalo shows that the home button of the Moto Z2 Play has gotten a slight makeover, perhaps to make it look more like Motorola’s budget-friendly phones, the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus. It also shows the magnetic locks at the back, which are made to hold the Moto Mods accessories that Motorola introduced for the Moto Z family in 2016.
The render images confirms that instead of keeping the thicker design from last year, Lenovo appears to be making the Z2 Play as thin as the rest of the Moto Z2 lineup. The good news is that after looking at the photo, it does appear that the Z2 Play will still feature a headphone jack.
The Moto Z2 Play looks just as sleek as last year’s model, with a shimmering gold trim and a thin frame. It keeps the front-facing flash we saw in the previous model, along with the cyclops camera hump. Specs are still unknown for the Moto Z2 Play, but it’s likely safe to assume that Lenovo will make it the mid-tier smartphone within the Z2 lineup.