Yesterday, we saw a leaked image of a collection of Motorola’s all-new Moto C and Moto C Plus smartphones. Today, there’s been another series of leaked images – this time they aren’t only based on those two upcoming devices.
With specs reported to be a lower-quality and price tag than Motorola’s Moto E series, there are also ideas that the smartphones will not be available in the US market. Below, we can see the Moto C and Moto C Plus devices. The leaked images indicate that each device will feature a “moto” logo at the top of the front of the bodies and a capacitive navigation menu at the bottom of the faces, but each of the backs will, of course, host rear-firing speakers.
Both smartphones look pretty much identical if you compare them side-by-side – the only actual differences appear to be the slight difference in the shade of grey/black, as well as the thickness, where the C Plus looks to be thinner by a small degree. What’s more is that you can also notice that the C Plus consists of a camera hump, whereas the Moto C does not.
Now, above we have a leaked image of Motorola’s yet-to-be-released Moto E4 Plus – the fourth instalment of the company’s E series. One thing that is quite easy to spot is the resemblance of the newly launched Moto G5. One thing we know about this device right now is that it will consist of a fingerprint sensor placed on the front.
Last but not least, we have the Moto Z2 Force. This is basically the more durable and stealthier variant of Motorola’s upcoming Moto Z2 smartphone. You can probably tell that it looks almost identical to the Z Force offered by Motorola right now, but this model features smaller plastic bezels based on the top and bottom of the rear of the device.
One intriguing thing that you may have noticed is that all these devices except the Moto C, host a Lenovo logo on one of the sides.
At the end of the day, companies depend on you, the consumer – so what do you think of these early leaks of Motorola’s upcoming smartphones? Let us know in the comments below, or hit us up on any of our social media pages right now!
Via: | Android Police |
Source: | OnLeaks – Twitter |