A promotional poster of the long rumoured Moto Z Play appeared at a mall in China confirming the existence of the mid-range smartphone.
As per the advertisement board (courtesy Android Hits), Moto Z Play will come with modular-based plug-in accessories like the original model launched in the U.S.. It is also said to boast a massive battery that can keep the phone running for 36 hours. The battery also supports fast charging technology, where-in 15 minutes of charging will be enough to power the phone for 10 hours.
The poster also revealed that Moto Z Play will house a 16MP primary camera with 4K video recording ability. The revelations come just weeks after the device was certified by the Chinese government-owned telecommunication agency TENAA.
Now, the emergence of the device's promotional ad in stores indicate that Lenovo, which owns Motorola, may launch the Moto Z Play soon in China.
Rumours are rife that it might happen as early as Sept. 6. However, Motorola is yet to make any official comments on the speculations.
Other expected features of Moto Z Play:
From what we have gathered so far, Moto Z Play is said to sport 5.5-inch full HD AMOLED display with finger print sensor on the home button, a 2.0GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 octa-core CPU, 3GB RAM, 64GB inbuilt storage and 5MP snapper on the front.
Watch this space for more updates.