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[Representational Image] Lenovo Moto Z2 Play images leaked; key design elements, launch date revealed In Picture: Moto Z seriesMotorola Official Blog

Lenovo's Moto C and Moto E4 series details surfaced online earlier this month. Now, the higher end model Moto Z2 Play's launch date and images have leaked.

TechnoBuffalo has got hold of the promotional flyer of the Moto Z2 Play revealing key design elements and possibly its debut date. In the image, Moto Z2 Play looks almost the same as the 2016 model. In the picture, the device looks exactly the same as seen in the recently leaked photos. The Moto device's metallic rear sports a smooth cover and blends seamlessly with the alloy frame around the edges. It also houses the iconic batwing logo inside.

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The chassis features volume rockers and the power button, placed one above the other on the right side.

Also, its circular camera module with protective metallic ring and the snap-on rings at the base are uncanny. [See picture below]

The only key differences are the design of the fingerprint sensor and LED flash in the front display. The finger scanner is rounded in structure and it features a dual-tone LED flash on top, whereas the 2016 model has fingerprint sensor curved square in shape and houses a single LED flash.

If observed a little closer, the Moto Z2 Play display features June 8 date, which many believe could be its launch date.

Moto Z2 Play, images, launch date, specifications
Lenovo Moto Z2 Play images leaked; key design elements, launch date revealedTechnoBuffalo

For those unaware, Lenovo launched first generation Moto Z (also Z Play and Z Force) on June 9 in 2016.

So far, the company has not made any official comments on the Moto Z2 series' leaked images and unveiling day details.

There is no word on internal hardware of the Moto Z2 Play, but it is expected to have a big battery, pure Android Nougat OS (with Android O upgrade guarantee), and a top-of-the-line camera set.