In a few days’ time, Motorola and Lenovo will be unveiling its latest project, the Moto Z2 Force. However, ahead of the scheduled launch on July 25, Venturebeat literally beat both companies in releasing the detailed specs of the phone. While most hardware specs are pretty standard, there is that one thing that might make a consumer cringe.
According to Venturebeat, the Motorola has decided to reduce the battery capacity of the new Moto Z2 Force. Instead of the 3,500mAh from its predecessor, the new phone will only have a 2,730mAh lithium-ion battery; around 22 percent smaller.
This may be due to the aim of Motorola to make the Moto Z2 Force a bit lighter and thinner in build. Since most users will be using add-ons such as the Moto Mods on the phone, the new thinner and lighter build will make it a lot less on the heavy side.
As for other hardware specs, as expected, the Moto Z2 Force will come with a Snapdragon 835 SoC within. Unfortunately, consumers from North America will only get the 4GB RAM version while the international version of the phone will have 6GB of RAM. Meanwhile, storage-wise, the Chinese version will have as much as 128GB of flash storage. Fortunately, the phone comes standard with a microSD slot that can be upgraded up to 2TB.
The Moto Z2 Force will be available in two primary colour variants: Super Black and Fine Gold. On the other hand, T-Mobile subscribers will be able to avail an exclusive Lunar Grey color.
Finally, the phone will come pre-installed with Android 7.1.1 with an option to upgrade to Android O later on. Unfortunately, Venturebeat did not reveal the price for the Moto Z2 Force. Nevertheless, buyers can expect the phone to pick up somewhere between $600 and $650.
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