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Moto E5 Play Renders Got Leaked

Over the past few years we have seen a number of Motorola phones launching at different price segment. From past 2 year they are constantly increasing number of smartphone by launching various sub series like Play and Plus variants. In the past we have seen the Play versions in Moto G, X, & Z series, now seems like Motorola is expanding this variant in other series as well. According to the latest leak, this year there will be a Moto E5 Play as well.

Popular leakster Evan Blass has shared two rendered images of a budget Motorola phone and he specified it as Moto E5 Play. This leak only reveals the front of the device, and the front looks like an old budget phone. There are some thick bezels and older 16:9 display panel. He said that this phone will surely be available by two carrier services: Verizon and Cricket. Maybe both these carrier specific phones will be named as Moto E5 Cruise, instead of Play. Coming to the placements, on the top, it has the earpiece, front camera, and front flashlight as well. Though it is supposed to get all basic sensors, we can’t see them in rendered images. Below is most probably a 5” display with old 16:9 aspect ratio. The UI is as expected the stock Android UI, and there are on-screen buttons. On the bottom, there’s a huge bezel on which Motorola’s branding is done. A power button and volume rocker are found on the right.

So that’s all the information we have as of now. Personally speaking I don’t like this render, because it looks too old in 2018. Now only time will tell that that specs this phone will bring with it. By the way, what are your thoughts on the same? Do share them in the comment section below. Also stay tuned with us for more information.


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Source: Evan Blass

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