Lenovo first announced the Moto Z and Moto Z Force at Lenovo Tech World back in June of this year and Moto Mods was announced alongside Lenovo's latest flagship devices. Moto Mods are basically modular snap-on accessories that magnetically attach to the back of Lenovo's new Moto Z and Moto Z Force phones, and a few of them were leaked prior to the actual announcement. However, only a few Moto Mods were released including a projector, a battery pack, a JBL speaker and style cases. One which got most Moto fans excited was the Hasselblad Moto Mod camera module which was not released alongside the rest of the Moto Mods. A new image of the Hasselblad branded camera module has been leaked, although a picture of the camera module was leaked at the start of the month.
This time around, the leaked image was posted on Weibo, a hugely popular social media platform in China. The leaked image also appears to be clearer than the previous one and the Hasselblad logo can be clearly seen on the front of the camera module. As for now, it is not known whether Hasselblad was directly involved in the making of this Moto Mod or did the company simply provide its branding consultation towards the development of the camera module. Based on the leaked image, it seems that the camera module will have all the functions a typical camera has, from a dedicated shutter button, a flash module and zoom control buttons. If the previous leak was true, the camera module will have up to 10x optical zoom, a xenon flash, a RAW format option for pictures, and the ability to share image easily as well as have the pictures that are taken through the Moto Mod backed up automatically.
It is not known whether Lenovo will announce the Hasselblad Moto Mod anytime soon, but if the company does so, it might be during IFA 2016 which is due to take place in early September. As for now, this leaked image should be taken with a pinch of salt until further clarification is given by Lenovo itself. For those who do not know, Motorola was sold off by Google and bought by Lenovo a couple of years back.