After a string of reports and news about Moto’s Z2 series of phones including the Z2 and the Z2 Play, new images of Z2 Force has now surfaced on the internet. Although the design theme and aesthetics of the Z2 Force matches with the previous phones in the series, there are some noticeable differences in both the phones. The images also show the phone to be compatible with the new Moto Mods technology which lets you transform your phone amicably into something more useful.
The most significant difference between the predecessors and the Moto Z2 Force is the availability of the dual rear camera. It can be clearly depicted from the leaked image by Android Authority that the Z2 Force possesses two camera lenses on the back. Although this might result into a small bump on the back for the phone, it’s a decent compromise for the additional camera advantage.
Along with a dual camera, it also has dual-LED flashes, both on the front as well as the back which will help improve the phone’s photography in low light conditions.
The design of the phone seems ergonomic and the back cover has a matte finish which will possibly feel good to hold. It will reportedly have a ShatterShield screen for better protection and also come with Gigabit LTE support. This makes it quite clear that the phone might either have the Snapdragon 835 SoC as Gigabit LTE is only compatible with this processor as of now. Unless Snapdragon launches a new processor which supports Gigabit LTE, the phone will more likely run the 835.
It will be exciting to see future developments in the Moto Z2 series, which at the moment seems promising. Stay tuned for further updates on the Moto Z2 Force!