A big leak has revealed a whole lot of renders of the upcoming Moto Z2 Force and there are a lot of interesting details to discuss. The phones will be powered by MediaTek chipsets with 2,800mAh battery for the E4 and 5,000mAh battery for the E4 Plus. In another post on Android Authority, it says the phone will have a headphone jack, something that was missing on last year's Moto Z series.
The company will as usual introduce the phones in two variants Moto C and Moto C plus.
The Z2 Force is less than a millimeter larger length and width-wise, though the all-around curvature should help with the in-hand feel.
Thanks to their collaboration with OnLeaks, Android Authority gained access to renders and 360 videos of both the Motorola Moto C and the Moto C Plus. It will once again have a 5.5-inch display. The Moto C will come with an FWVGA display with a resolution of 854*480 pixels.
As per the Moto device owners we know, Lenovo has been generally prompt in pushing updates to their devices. The company has been releasing at least one model every year and this year seems no different. The 3G version will have a 32-bit MediaTek quadcore processor of 1.3GHz, while the 4G version will have a 64-bit MediaTek quadcore processor of 1.1GHz. The C Plus would only be available in 16GB. The handsets will have 1GB of RAM but in some markets the Moto C Plus may also feature 2GB of RAM.
This Moto Z2 Force resembles the Moto Z2 that leaked out last week, packing a dual rear camera setup, connector pins for Moto Mods, a front-facing camera flash, and a pill-shaped fingerprint reader. Both devices will take over the Moto E range to become the new low-tier devices.as the Moto E was earlier the most affordable smartphones from the Lenovo-owned brand.
In terms of cameras, the Moto C will feature a 5MP fixed focus camera while the Moto C Plus will pack an 8MP primary camera with auto-focus.