A leaked images of Moto Z2, Moto Z2 Play and Moto E4 appeared online ahead of its purported launch next month. Although Lenovo is yet to announced the launch date for the next-generation Moto Z smartphones, it has already been spoiled to the public due to recent leaks. The leaks not only reveal how these devices would look like in person, but also the exact date when the company is planning to unveil their latest offering in which if the leaks were to believed will be on the first of June. All of these three phones a caught lying on a table, concealing their identity over the blue protective case.

There have been rumours circulating online that the Moto Z Play successor might as well ditch the headphone jack just like its flagship Moto Z. But recently leaked images confirmed that Moto Z2 Play would keep the jack but Lenovo’s flagship phone, the Moto Z2, will follow the same path as it’s predecessor.

Moto Z2

A closer look to the images of Moto Z2 confirmed the addition of dual-LED front-facing flash and USB-C port on handset with no headphone jack which is rather quite disappointing. We also suspect it to be slightly thinner than the cheaper Moto Z2 Play as was the case of the older generation.

Moto Z2 Play

The cheaper variant, the Moto Z2 Play, however, will keep the same design as the Moto Z2 only with some placement differences with it’s port but will keep the 3.5mm Audio Jack beside the USB-Type C. The difference with the shape of its fingerprint sensor from it’s predecessor is also quite mentioning as it appears to look more oval rather the circular square we’ve seen from Moto Z Play before.

The Moto Z2 Play will be slim at the just 5.9mm thickness, and it comes with the aluminium body rather than the glass one seen on Moto Z Play. Also, the Z2 Play will have the camera bump at the back. Also, now the Moto Mods are called as ‘Moto Snaps.’

The device will feature a 5.5-inch Full HD display, same as its predecessor and will be powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 626 SoC. There will be 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The device also has a 12MP Dual Pixel camera at the back along with an 8MP snapper at the back with dual-tone LED flashlight.

Moto E4

Finally the cheapest among the group, the Moto E4, will be using the old microUSB port rather than the USB-C used in higher range handsets. The Moto E4 will also be removing the protruding camera at the back which both of the device at the higher end class has, hinting us with a typical camera set-up.