The Moto Z3 Play hasn't even been announced yet and could indeed be a few months away at this point, but we do possibly have our first look at the upcoming device. This suggests that the upcoming Motorola phones such as Moto Z3 Force, Moto Z3 Play and Moto X5 will all sport 18:9 display. At this moment, it's unclear whether this is only a fingerprint scanner or will also double up as a power button, because there's one more key on the left side of the button which could also be a power button. The display is also expected to come in a 6-inch size and with full-HD+ (1080×2160) pixels resolution. Notably, there is no fingerprint sensor visible anywhere in the renders, which means that the sensor could be built into the power button or the Motorola bat wing logo at the rear. We're not quite sure what Motorola is opting for in terms of the sensors as the render barely shows two shooters lined up horizontally inside a circular space which we've come to see in the Moto X4 and Moto G6 lineup.
The top bezel house an earpiece, front-facing camera along with its LED flash.
In the picture, the Moto Z3 Play looks gorgeous in the glass back. The render has revealed that the smartphone, which is expected to become the successor of the Moto Z2 Play, launched previous year will arrive with a thin bezel display screen and a dual rear camera setup.
Lastly, the bottom portion of the back panel has 16-pin connector for attaching Moto Mods accessories. The smartphone is also said to come with a 12-megapixel primary sensor and an 8-megapixel secondary sensor on the back and a 5-megapixel camera sensor on the front. In new device Motorola has removed the 3.5mm headphone jack. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 636 alongside 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage will boast it performance. You can also see a USB Type-C port at the bottom of the phone. The image, which has been provided to the website by a reliable source, shows the phone sporting a dual rear camera setup.
'India first PM' on Google is Nehru, with Modi's image
But, we will leave it to the experts to say whether it was Google's or Wikipedia's error, if it all it was there any. This has definitely raised our eyebrows on why Narendra Modi's image appears when we search for " India First PM ".