Lenovo announced the new Moto Z series with semi-modular features at its Lenovo Tech World event held in June 2016. Earlier this month, the company launched the Moto Z2 Play as the successor to last year’s Moto Z Play. Now, the company has sent out the media invite for the launch of a new Moto smartphone on June 27th in Russia. While the company hasn’t mentioned anything about the device, we can easily spot the rumored the device in the image featuring dual camera setup. Based on the earlier leaks, the Moto Z2 and Moto Z2 Force will be featuring dual cameras on the rear.
While we expect the company to launch the Moto Z2 on that day, there are also high chances to see the Moto Z2 Force on the same stage. Since these upcoming devices should support the earlier launched Moto Mods, there isn’t much scope for design changes. The big circular camera module on the rear holds the dual cameras along with dual tone LED flash and laser autofocus. Following the trend of 2017 flagship devices, both the Moto Z2 and Moto Z2 Force will be skipping the 3.5mm audio port. Unlike the other devices without 3.5mm audio port, the Moto Z2 come with a very thin body.
The Moto Z2 and Moto Z2 Force comes with metal built unibody design. Under the hood, the device sports Snapdragon 835 octa-core processor coupled with Adreno 540 GPU. The devices support Gigabit LTE speeds, and we also expect to see Bluetooth 5.0. The physical home button placed on the front also features a fingerprint sensor for making the devices secure. While the Moto Z2 sports an AMOLED display, the Moto Z2 Force will be coming with the ShatterShield display as seen on its predecessor. Along with the TurboPower, the device might also support Qualcomm’s Quick Charge fast charging technology.
Apart from the Moto Z2 and Moto Z2 Play smartphones, the company might soon launch the Moto X4. The recent benchmark listing of the Moto Z2 also revealed few key specifications. Along with the Snapdragon 835 SoC, the device packs 4GB of RAM and Quad HD display. In the camera department, we might also see LED flash on the front and rear of the device. Take these details with a pinch of salt as there is no official confirmation. Having said that, how many of you would be interested in buying new Mods instead of a new smartphone. Share your opinion with us by commenting down below or tweet us at @PhoneRadarBlog.