Motorola has just recently the launched the new Moto Z2 Force in the market. It is the new shatter-proof phone from the company and with this smartphone, Lenovo is aiming to compete with the big players in the market in the high-end smartphone category. It packs all the latest internals which you can expect to find inside a $700 premium flagship device.
However, now a new variant has been spotted on TENAA which packs 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. For those of you who don’t know, the Moto Z2 Force launched in the U.S. has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable internal storage. While it was reported that a 6GB RAM variant will be sold in the international market, the internal storage bump was not mentioned. It looks like this 6GB/ 128GB variant will be exclusive to the Chinese market. But you never know, we might end up seeing it being sold in other markets as well.
Talking about the TENAA listing, it reveals that everything else about this smartphone remains unchanged, for the most part. This Chinese variant will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC clocked at 2.3GHz. This variant will be powered by a 2565 mAh battery and it will run Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. The U.S. variant of the Moto Z2 Force packs 2730 mAh battery. Other than that, we are essentially looking at the same device.
It will also sport the same Dual rear camera setup at the back and the design will also be the same. On the front, the same 5MP selfie camera can be found and both the front as well as the back cameras will have dual tone LED flash. The front display will also be shatterproof again, as this is more or less the USP of the smartphone. Having said that, it will be quite interesting to see at what price will the company launch this particular smartphone in China. Again, don’t expect it to have a budget pricing since it is essentially the company’s flagship smartphone. While we wait for the official announcement, be sure to let us know your thoughts on this. Would you be interested in buying it if it launches in India?
Source – TENAA