Motorola has been rumored to be launching the sucessor to the hit flagship of the company from last year, the Moto Z which was a modular phone and is the only handset in the market that has some modularity in its structure. People were doubting that Motorola would be launching a more standard flagship for this year but Motorola has been seeing some great potential in this phones so the company is now going to launch the second iteration of this phones. We have already seen the Motorola G5 and G5 Plus being launched in India. Going by company’s traditions, Motorola is also going to launch a force variant of its flagship which has a rugged look and solid build quality.
Now we have already seen some leaked renders of the devices which can be seen on the hero image of this post but we have known some more details about the phone’s availability as well. The Moto Z Force was exclusive to Verizon, the U.S carrier but now we have news that the Moto Z2 Force will not be a Verizon-exclusive and will, infact, be carried by one of the major U.S carriers, T-mobile. This news has been leaked by ever-so-popular @evleaks who has shared this news in a tweet.
The Moto Z2 Force won't be a Verizon exclusive this time around; T-Mobile will carry it, for instance. pic.twitter.com/alTiGTer1Z
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) April 16, 2017
Above is the tweet from Evan Blass which doesn’t reveal much but says that the phone will launch on T-mobile as well and the image could be a promotional banner designed by T-mobile for the launch of Moto Z2 Force. As far as the specifications of the phone are concerned, the only known details about the phone is that it will be powered by a Sanpdragon 835 chipset. There will be a newly redesigned pill shaped fingerprint scanner on the front which is a change from last year’s square-ish fingerprint scanner.
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