Apr 17, 2017 11:31 AM EDT
Moto Z2 Force leak image has surfaced on the internet couple days ago; showing that the previous news about the device will exclude the classic headphone jack is not true. The 360-degree view of the Smartphone clearly reveals that phone will boast the classic 3.55 mm headphone jack, unlike its predecessor.
This device might also have a metal black body design that bears similarity to the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus. According to TechTimes, fans can also see from Moto Z2 Force leak image that this Smartphone will also boast dual camera setup and a thin band loops the length of the phone's frame assumed to bring better radio signal.
Revealed at the back of the device is a huge camera bump and Moto Mod Connectors. The camera bump has a mean as an alignment point to Moto Mod accessories when users take a photo. It can't be seen, however, from Moto Z2 Force leak image whether or not the company will use Apple's way (the wide-angle) or Huawei's way (the monochrome and RGB sensor) in terms of camera.
Moto Z2 Force leak image also shows the USB Type-C port at the bottom of the device exactly like last year's model. There's nothing to say about the spec, however, a report claims that Sprint will carry the Cat. 16-speed downloads to Lenovo/Motorola's latest flagship handset. This could mean that Moto Z2 Force has the possibility to feature Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chipset.
There's no exact date announced so far, but if fans still remember that last year's model was announced around June. Assuming that the company still follows the same release schedule then Moto Z2 Force is expected also to come this June. Besides Moto Z2 Force leak image, there are no other latest hints about this mobile, as reported by PCTablet.
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