Skip to content

Motorola Moto C and C Plus Leaked Again Along With Moto E4 and Z2 Force

More images of the forthcoming ultra-affordable Moto C and C Plus have just been leaked by twitter tipsters. This time, we have even got a glimpse of the future Moto E4 as well as a new Moto Z2 Force. The disclosed images suggest that the upcoming Motorola devices might also feature Lenovo branding.

Motorola Moto C Motorola Moto C Plus

As per the leaked images, the Moto C and C Plus shall come with capacitive touch buttons and an average build quality. Design-wise, they seem to have taken inspiration from the latest Motorola Moto G5 and G5 Plus smartphones. The Moto C Plus even has a Lenovo tag at the side below the power and volume rocker keys.

For detailed specifications of the Moto C and C Plus, visit here.

Coming to the upcoming fourth generation Moto E4, it is not going to be the cheapest phone from Motorola anymore. This is actually quite evident as the handset looks quite premium and even boasts a fingerprint scanner integrated into its home button. We hope the company doesn’t increase the price of the Moto E3 successor. Just like the Moto C Plus, this too rocks a Lenovo branding at its side.

Motorola Moto Z2

Speaking of the Moto Z2 or Z2 Force, we don’t yet have much information about it. Nevertheless, being a successor to the Motorola Moto Z series, the phone should certainly come with flagship grade specifications.

Recommended: Motorola Moto C, C Plus Could Be Moto’s Cheapest Phones Yet

Taking a cue from the leaked image, we can safely presume that the Moto Z2 or Z2 Force would come with a premium design. It should also boast a dual lens setup for the rear camera. The phone will possibly come with a Lenovo logo imprinted on its inexplicably thin side.

From all the leaked renders, we have an interesting discovery. Almost all of the future Motorola smartphones will rock a front LED flash. Be it the entry level Moto C and C Plus or the high-end Moto Z2 and Z2 Force.


Abhishek Bhatnagar

Abhishek Bhatnagar, a known technology blogger & YouTuber from India. A Software Engineer by qualification, now he works as the editor-In-Chief, Webmaster, & Managing Director at Gadgets To Use. He runs a number of other technology websites as well.