Motorola P40 & Moto Z4 Play case renders match previously-leaked designs

Motorola P40 & Moto Z4 Play case renders match previously-leaked designs
The Motorola P40 and Moto Z4 Play are still a couple of months away but today case renders for both devices have appeared online and, as expected, they match the previously-leaked designs.

Starting with the Moto Z4 Play, this smartphone looks set to feature an all-screen display that boasts a small chin and a waterdrop-like notch. This setup will seemingly be combined with a new in-display fingerprint scanner. After all, as revealed by the cases, there are no cut-outs for side-mounted or rear-facing sensors. While on the topic of cut-outs, two features that are present include a 3.5mm headphone jack along the bottom and an oddly-placed speaker grill along the top of the smartphone.

Moving over to the Motorola P40, this device swaps out the controversial notch for a newer design feature – a display hole. It also scraps the in-display fingerprint sensor in favor of a traditional alternative positioned on the rear. Much like the Moto Z4 Play, however, this device sports a 3.5mm headphone jack. It also features a bottom-firing speaker.

Currently, there is no concrete launch timeframe for either of these Motorola-branded devices. But with MWC 2019 just over one month away, there’s a high chance the brand could announce both of these devices alongside the expanded Moto G7 series, which looks set to include four devices.

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