Moto Z2 visits GFXBench ahead of its expected launch

The upcoming mid-range offering from Motorola, the Moto G5S Plus is expected to launch later this year. It will be priced around Rs. 8,500. The company has also launched a contest on Twitter as well, which gives 1 lucky victor a chance to win the upcoming smartphone. The leaked renders hinted that Moto Z2 will boast a similar design language as the recently launched Moto C and C Plus and will come in glossy black colour option. For selfies, it comes with a 5 Megapixel front camera with LED flash. Verizon also notes it will start shipping Moto Z2 Play orders starting 07/06/2017. Moto Z2 will be powered by an Octa-core Snapdragon 835 processor cloked at 2.45GHz with Adreno 540 GPU. Moto skipped the previous generation for Moto E in Australia, but it's back with the E4.

Like the first generation Moto Z, its successor is also rumored to come with a pair of camera sensors on its rear panel. In a response to a query by International Business Times, India Edition via Twitter, Motorola said the Moto X Play owners will receive the firmware update notification as it will happen via OTA but refused to reveal the exact date for the same. Talking about its software front, the Moto E4 runs on Google's latest Android 7.1 Nougat operating system. Motorola might release the dual-SIM card variants of both the models in coming days. In terms of connectivity, Moto Z2 will feature support for WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, and NFC too.

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Moving on the bigger version, the Moto E4 Plus sports a huge 5.5-inch HD display a screen resolution of 1280×720 pixels and 2.5D cover glass coating on top.

New Moto Style Shell Mods with wireless charging capabilities will also land at Best Buy on July 30th. It offers 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage.

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