Lenovo accidentally revealed the full press image of the Moto Z ahead of its official on-stage unveiling at Lenovo Tech World.

In addition, one of the Moto Mods add-on features was also posted on Twitter ahead of the announcement, presumably by mistake.

Few other official details are available at present, but the phone is expected to replace the Moto X devices from years gone.

We'll be bringing you more on the Moto Z and Motomods as they are revealed in a more official capacity.

For now you can check out our Moto Z rumour round-up here, and the Lenovo Tech World livestream here.

Lenovo also announced the world's first Project Tango device at the event, the Lenovo Phab2 Pro. It has real-world mapping capabilities for augmented reality applications.

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