Moto Z2 AnTuTu leak confirms Snapdragon 835, Quad HD display, 12MP camera : News, News

 

Motorola is on a launching spree and Moto Z2 is the next phone expected of the company on June 27, after the upcoming announcement of Moto C Plus on June 19.

But essentially the company’s flagship smartphone, Moto Z2 is said to come with top of the line hardware and a new leak has confirmed the same.

An image that appears to a be a screenshot of the benchmarking app AnTuTu reveals that the phone will run the top-end Snapdragon 835 processor with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. The phone will feature a Quad HD display with a resolution of 1440×2560 pixels. Like the recent Moto Z2 Play, it will come with stock Android 7.1.1 out of the box and may have a similar camera as well.

The screenshot just reveals a camera with 12-megapixel sensor and it could be the same camera Motorola has used on the G5 Plus and the Z2 Play. But it surely doesn’t come with dual cameras. At front it would use a 5 MP selfie shooter.

Is there a Moto Z2 Force as well?

Last week, Motorola sent out invites to a June 27 launch and the humble lady holding the phone appears to be flaunting the phone in question. The phone appears to have dual cameras.

Now, it is not clear if the phone is Moto Z2 or Moto Z2 Force. The latter has been rumoured to come with a shatterproof display and dual cameras, but if that is the case what difference will the Moto Z2 have from the Moto Z2 Play — just the chipset?

Moto Z2 Play runs the stock Android interface with Snapdragon 626 which runs pretty smooth. With Moto Z2 expected at Rs 38,990, if it is to be really a segment topping device, there has to be more to differentiate other than the chipset and the display. So you may also take this leak with a pinch of salt.

Motorola launched the affordable Moto C in India recently and is set to launch its bigger and pricier variant — Moto C Plus on June 19 exclusively on Flipkart. Though the price of Moto C Plus is not known yet, Motorola tweeted that it will offer up to 30 hours of battery backup.

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