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Moto Z2 Play once again gets unbox therapy, confirms SD625 CPU

30 May 2017 4

Just a few hours ago, we encountered an unboxing video of the yet to come Moto Z2 Play, the packaging of which reveals almost everything, though we didn’t properly meet the device. Now, a user through his Google+ account is going one step further and revealing all the specifications of the device, which we may not have seen earlier. It's being said that the device is already available on a Brazilian store and these pictures have been obtained from the device present at the store.

A bunch of images not only showcase the Moto Z2 Play from all angles but also reveal an important internal specification of the device and this is the name of the processor. The CPU-Z application shows the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor clocked at 2.21GHz. The user has only showcased the SoC part of the CPU-Z application.

Had the other sections showcased, we would have known more about the device, for instance, the screen size and resolution, dimensions, and the weight of the device, though the retail box packaging reveals some of these details without any effort.

According to the packaging, the Moto Z2 Play features a 5.5-inch full HD display. It has a 12MP rear camera with dual Autofocus. It has a 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory, no mentioning of the expansion part. The Moto Z2 Play will hold 3,000mAH battery and this looks quite disappointing.

As per the recent info, the Moto Z2 Play should be launched on June 1st, though it’s not official.

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