In the past few days, there have been a number of leaks related to new phones Motorola has been working on. We have seen details of the Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus and have also gotten info on the new Moto C series. In addition to those two, we now have a leaked image of the flagship Moto Z2 Force courtesy of Slashleaks.
This year, Motorola is using more or less the same design language for all of its phones. The new design first appeared on the Moto Z Force and was used for all the other phones in the Z series. The design has been replicated on the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus.
The Moto Z2 Force doesn’t look much different from last year’s model but it does have some new improvements and additions. First, there are now dual cameras on the rear. This is a major change and it remains to see how Motorola incorporates the two sensors. However, the combination of the dual rear cameras and arc-shaped LED flash makes the whole setup look like a robot’s face. Sadly, the camera hump still remains.
Motorola has also redesigned the fingerprint scanner. Instead of the square-shaped one from last year, it is now shaped like a pill. The scanner also appears to be indented in the phone, so it probably won’t press like a button.
The rest of the design remains the same. There are still Moto Mod connectors on the back and the front camera still has its own LED flash.