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Trio of new Moto Z accessories

With June 9, 2016 fast approaching, it is obvious that we will now see a few more renders of what is rumored to be upcoming phones from the phone maker. Having already seen some Moto Z renderings, it now seems as though we are being teased some of the upcoming accessories for the handset.

If we are to believe the previous renderings, then the Moto Z will have a series of holes, which we presume are for a dock connector. It is now assumed that the connector will allow for some modular Moto Z accessories.

Trio of new Moto Z accessories

Even though these are not official images, the renders thanks to Evan Blass do look as though they could actually be the real deal, and so gives us a good idea of what sort of accessories we can expect. We do not have a clue as to what Motorola will call these attachments, but Blass has named them MotoMods – not too sure how that will catch on.

Looking at the renders there could be three new Motorola handset accessories in all, one of which is a camera add-on with built-in flash, along with a dedicated shutter release to offer better image quality.

We are not certain what the other two are, although one does have a kickstand, so could be ideal for watching videos on, or to view pictures. As for the other, this could be a battery cover to offer increased battery life, but as we say, this is based on pure speculation.

Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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