During the recent MWC 2017, Moto was one of the firms that received less attention, and not without reason. Yes, it is true that the American introduced its new bet for the mid-range, the Moto G5, however that was it. That the manufacturer did not have more impact in the event was something to expect, since Moto usually waits for more advanced dates in the year to unveil its flagships.
One of the most anticipated phones of this company is the Moto Z (2017), the successor of its modular phone of 2016. From this device we have already known some details, however the aesthetic that escaped us was one of the great mysteries about the Moto Z (2017). Fortunately, through Android Headlines we already have a clearer picture of high-end design.
Moto Z (2017), design and possible features
The alleged design of Moto Z (2017) is very reminiscent of what the firm has accustomed us to over the last few years. It seems that in this generation, the company logo will be located under the home button and possible fingerprint sensor. On the other hand, the phone has three buttons on the right side, of which two could be volume up/down and the third on/off.
As far as hardware features are concerned, it is rumored that the Moto Z (2017) will have a generous 5.5-inch screen and QHD resolution. Under the hood and taking care that applications run as they should presumably be the Snapdragon 835 accompanied by 4/6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage.
At the moment this is all the information that is known about one of the most anticipated flagships of the year. However, as the Moto Z presentation date approaches, more details should emerge, so we will keep you informed.