Last month, Motorola unveiled two smartphones in the Moto Z series, one of which was advertised as the thinnest premium smartphone on the market. While the two smartphones and MotoMods clearly caught the market’s attention, Motorola still has one smartphone in the series that it hasn’t unveiled. Moto Z Play has just showed up on AnTuTu and some details on specs have emerged.

Moto Z Play is the third smartphone in the Moto Z series, the one that Motorola didn’t unveil during Tech World. Specs of the Moto Z Play have surfaced over the past few months and the smartphone was recently spotted on AnTuTu, according to GizmoChina.

Moto Z Play has run the benchmarking app and the test revealed that it will be coming with Snapdragon 625 mid-range chipset and two variants, depending on the internal storage and RAM capacity. The first variant would have 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, while the second is set to come with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.

Moto Z Play will come with a 16MP camera at the back

The smartphone will come with a 16MP camera at the back and it will run Android Marshmallow 6.0.1. Moto Z Play managed to get 59K points in the benchmark test, which is a satisfactory score for a mid-range device.

It will also come with Adreno 506 graphics processing unit and the front camera is expected to reach 5MP. Previous rumors stated that the smartphone could have a 3,500mAh battery and come with support for Bluetooth 4.1 and GPS.

The price of the smartphone is said to reach $300 for the Chinese variant, but it seems quite high considering that other smartphones come with more powerful specs, like the Xiaomi Mi5 or the ZUK Z2.

At this point, there’s no information as to when Motorola will decide to unveil the Moto Z Play and which countries will have access to it.

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