A smartphone from Motorola It has already been certified by the United States FCC and TÜV Rheinland under the code number XT-2117. Until today no one had dared to speculate with the name of this smartphone but the always present @OnLeaks has for us information about it: the Motorola Moto G10 Play see your design filtered in CAD renders.
That’s right, the Motorola XT-2117, according to Steve Hommerstoffer, better known as @OnLeaks, published in its dedicated space on the platform Voice a series of 3D renders that show in detail the design of what would be released later in 2020 as the Motorola Moto G10 Play.
Motorola Moto G10 Play design details
As always, the renders provided by this smartphone personality come out several weeks before anyone else even has rumors about the specs or the design of this device. For Steve Hommerstoffer, the Motorola Moto G10 Play is very similar to its direct successor, the Moto G9 Play.
Especially in regards to its dorsal design where we see the reappearance of a nucleated triple camera inside a square compartment where lenses and LED flash are grouped in a 2×2 grid format; all staked in the center of the top half.
The differences can be seen on the front face where the waterdrop-shaped front notch we saw on the Moto G9 Play now gave way to a full screen design where its selfie camera is embedded in the upper left corner.
The side bezels that surround the display are almost imperceptible thick, but its top bezel is somewhat thicker. The bottom bezel, on the other hand, is the thickest of all. A classic front “chin” design.
Motorola Moto G10 Play sees its design filtered in a metallic violet color. Although it could also be an opaque blue that, due to rendering effects, is taking on another tone. We do not know if this color variant will be part of the original release but we hope that it will. Especially if it looks this bright.
Very little is known about its technical specifications; only that TÜV Rheinland anticipates that its battery would be 4850mAh capacity. Something that surprises because the Moto G9 Play has a 5000mAh capacity cell.