At any given moment, many smartphone manufacturers have at least one new phone on the horizon. The Lenovo-owned Motorola isn’t any different.
And while the rumor mill has been pretty quiet on the front of a Moto Z successor, that may be starting to change. Thanks to a pair of images that have surfaced by way of @OnLeaks and Android Authority, we’ve got a first glimpse at what is believed to be the Moto Z2 Force. These are simply renders, however, based on factory CADs, so there’s some possibility that they’re not exactly spot on to what will be launched later this year.
However, the Moto Z2 Force does indeed look quite similar to the Moto Z2 that leaked earlier this month, so it seems likely this is indeed what we could see in the final product. As for specs, that remains a mystery for the most part. The report does indicate that the Moto Z2 Force could measure in at 156.32 x 76.36mm, and it could be thinner than the Moto Z Force.
We can also see that the front-facing fingerprint reader has been changed, and it’s more of a pill-shape now, instead of a standard square shape. Interestingly enough, Motorola has apparently decided to bring back the 3.5mm headphone jack, so it seems there was enough feedback to bring back the port after axing it in the Moto Z and Moto Z Force from last year.
So, if this is the real deal, what do you think of the Moto Z2 Force?
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