Moto Z2 Force New leaks and features

By Techpads | Last Updated: August 3, 2017- 12:52 pm
Moto Z2 Force launched in India

The Moto Z2 Force has a unibody design and a 5.5-inch QHD display, with resolution of 2560×1440 pixels and an aspect ratio of 16:9. The screen is protected by ShatterShield.


Motorola is all set to come out with the Moto Z2 Force and there are new leaks out prior to the release of the device. The most important of these leaks is the fact that the design of the phone is going to be thinner than anticipated, with the phone only being 5.5 inches thick.

The display is going to be of an AMOLED OLED kind with a resolution of 1440p. The design and support are going to be same as that of the 2016 version, with the phone being as slim as its predecessor was, with a support for Moto Mods. This basically means that the protruding camera bump will still be seen on the device as well as the pogo pins that are present at the back of the mobile.

However, in news that comes as a shock, the device will also have 22% less battery capacity than the 2016 version had. This is because the battery has been reduced to 2730mAh.

It has also been reported by VentureBeat that the Z2 Force will run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat, will have a nano-coating that is water repellent, and a microSD card slot. The phone will also have dual cameras with the rear facing camera having 12 megapixels and the front facing camera with 5 megapixels.

The phone will also have internal storage worth 128GB and RAM worth 6GB. These storage facilities will, however, be available to the customers in China. The US based customers will get 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

The phone will be available in a number of colours ranging from Fine Gold to Super Black. T-Mobile customers will get an exclusive version in Lunar Grey. It has also been said that the Android O update will be seen on the smartphone when it is launched. The smartphone is going to be powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor.

Not much has been said about the price of the device, however more will be revealed at the launch.