Lenovo will be holding a launch event on June 9 to unveil the new Moto brand smartphones, Moto Z Style and Moto Z Play. The company is expected to unleash the smartphones with several snap-on modules.

In 1973, Motorola had launched the world’s first handheld cellular phone. A decade ago, the company had launched Moto RAZR V3 clamshell phone that became immensely popular across the world. A new tweet from Moto US suggests that it will “transform mobile, again” by launching Moto Z Style and Moto Z Play with accessories that can be easily snapped on to them.

Evan Blass, the popular leakster, has revealed a photo that showoff the replaceable back covers called MotoMods for the upcoming Moto Z smartphones. According to Blass, these are snap-on modules for pico projector, JBL speakers and Hasselblad camera.

According to 9 to 5 Google, the Hasselblad camera accessory can be used by placing it over the camera of the Moto Z phone. This will enable Moto Z users to shoot photos with the optical zoom equipped lens.

A flash bulb is visible on the left side of the accessory and the right side seems to house a physical camera shutter button. MotoMods is also expected to include accessories like battery pack and a ruggedized back cover with wide angle lens.

Blass has also revealed the leaked press renders of the rumored Moto Z Droid Edition in black, silver and gold colors. It will be exclusively available through Verizon and it will also support MotoMod snap-on modules.

Lenovo is pegged to launch Moto Z Style and Moto Z Play through its Tech World event that will be held on June 9. The Moto Z Style is expected to arrive with flagship specs such as 5.5-inch Quad HD display, Snapdragon 820 SoC and 4 GB of RAM. The Moto Z Style is rumored to be an upper midrange smartphone with specs like 5.5-inch full HD screen and Snapdragon 625 SoC.