Moto Z2 Force Image Leaked; Tipped to Sport Similar Design to Moto Z2 Play

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Moto Z2 Force Image Leaked; Tipped to Sport Similar Design to Moto Z2 Play

Highlights

  • Smartphone tipped to come with dual-LED flash support at front
  • Moto Z2 Force is expected to support Moto Mods
  • The smartphone is expected to carry Moto branding at front

After we got our first leaked image of Lenovo's alleged Moto Z2 smartphone, the Moto Z2 Force has now popped up on the Internet. Interestingly, if we go by the leaked image, the upcoming smartphone seems to share its design elements with the earlier leaked Moto Z2 Play smartphone and will come with support for Moto Mods as well.

While the newly leaked images, obtained by Android Authority, appear to be exactly same as the earlier leaked images of Moto Z2 Play at first glance, there are notable differences between the two smartphones. As per the leaked image of Moto Z2 Force, the smartphone will come with a dual-camera setup at the back, compared with single camera module on Moto Z2 Play, and will have a considerable camera bump on the back side of the device.

Apart from the dual cameras, the Moto Z2 Force has also been tipped to carry dual-LED flash on the right side at front, compared with left side on Moto Z2 Play, and feature a Moto 'batwing' logo right above the home button that was missing from the Play version of the device.

Notably, the new render suggests the same design that was earlier tipped in a leaked render video of the smartphone. The Moto Z2 Force is expected to sport a ShatterShield screen and feature support for Gigabit LTE and Moto Mods. As Gigabit LTE is currently supported only by Snapdragon 835 SoC, the Moto Z Force will feature the aforementioned processor if not a newer variant.

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