As any follower of technology knows, keeping new technology under wraps has become increasingly tough. No company seems to be immune, and Motorola is no different. A new image has popped up courtesy of Evan Blass on Twitter which appears to show the Motorola smartphone line up for 2017.
Motorola 2017 [via tip] pic.twitter.com/qahD9PIxrD
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) May 14, 2017
As you can see in the leaked slide, there are nine Motorola smartphone models spread across five categories. A few details are provided — not enough to get a good idea about all the specs for each device, but just enough to give us a rough idea of what to expect. The five categories outlined by the company include Unlimited Essentials (at the bottom), Unlimited Value, Unlimited Premium, Unlimited Perfection, and finally, Unlimited Capabilities.
In the first section, Unlimited Essentials, there are two Moto C phones — the Moto C and the Moto C Plus. Each sports a 5″ screen with the C being an FW resolution which may refer to the 854×480 pixels FWVGA screen size, while the Moto C Plus will have an HD screen and a 4000mAh battery.
The Moto E series also comes in a regular and Plus variant. The Moto E will sport a 5″ HD screen, while the E Plus has a larger 5.5″ HD screen and a whopping 5000mAh battery. The Moto G series, which has already seen a release this year with the Moto G5, will see a 5.2″ FHD Moto gS (possibly a Moto G5S?) with a full metal body, and a larger Moto gS+ with a 5.5″ FHD screen and dual cameras.
The Moto X looks to finally make a return with a 5.2″ FHD screen, 3D Glass, and something referred to as a SmartCam. Two variants of the modular Moto Z are listed as well: the Moto Z Play and the Moto Z Force. The Z Play sports a 5.5″ FHD screen as well as Moto Mod support, while the Z Force will be released once again with a ShatterShield screen, Moto Mods support, and 1Gb LTE capabilities.
As we mentioned before, details are light including what CPUs these devices might be sporting, release dates, and pricing as well as regional availability.
Last Updated on May 15, 2017.