In recent years we have seen how the mobile phone market in Spain has changed. Before, brands like Samsung, LG, Sony and Motorola were leaders. Currently Xiaomi, OPPO and Huawei are competing for prominent positions.
Motorola is a special case as it went from being an independent company to being acquired first by Google and then Lenovo. Despite that, it has maintained its presence in Spain, creating very worthy models, such as the Motorola Moto G9 Plus that we analyzed a few weeks ago and that we thought fought very well against the Poco X3 NFC.
Today the successor of the Moto G9 Play has been leaked, the one that will surely be called Moto G10 Play (your code name is Motorola XT-2117). And it is very likely that it will reach our country, as the model analyzed has done.
The Moto G10 Play leaks in images
Has been the popular leaker Onleaks in charge of showing us what Motorola’s new entry-level mobile will look like, which will surely be announced in the coming weeks.
It will be a terminal with a very conventional design, with a 6.5-inch screen and a hole in the upper left corner for the front camera.
It will have a fingerprint sensor on the side, which allows us to deduce that its screen will be LCD and not OLED, something that is not difficult to know given the price range that it is supposed to have.
In the back we have a square camera module in the central part, with three sensors and a flash. We do not know what type of sensors they are although we hope that at least one of them is a wide angle. In addition to the main one, the normal thing is that the last one is a depth sensor or a macro.
The battery is expected to be about 4850 mAh, not bad for a terminal that we hope does not have a large energy consumption. This would allow to maintain the very decent autonomy of the Moto G9 Play.
We hope that this model arrives in Spain, especially if it keeps the clean software of its predecessor and its battery performance.
The entry The Moto G10 Play is filtered in images, and we hope that it reaches Spain appears first in The Free Android.