Motorola‘s Moto Z2 Force has received certification from China’s Telecoms Regulatory agency TENAA and has thus been listed on the outfit’s website. The Moto Z2 Force is one of the high-end smartphones that Lenovo is hoping to use to rejig its ailing smartphone business globally. The device has already been announced in the U.S. with a staggering $720 price tag. The TENAA listing is an indication that a launch in China will take place soon.
The Moto Z2 Force bears a striking resemblance with the Moto Z2 Play which has been launched in China for over a month now. Th only difference between both models is that while the Z2 Force is expected to pack a flagship specs lineup, the Z2 Play comes as a mid-range device with a Snapdragon 626 chip on the driving seat.
The TENAA listing shows the Moto Z2 Force will feature a 5.5-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. The device is also listed with a 6GB RAM + 128GB storage combination which is exclusive to China and will be powered by a 2.35GHz processor, already known to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 flagship SoC. The device also features a 2565mAh battery but there is an earlier rumour that the battery will get a boost with the external Moto Mod battery pack which will be released as well. The device comes in black and white colours and runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat out-of-the-box but we can’t say if it has got a touch of ZUI.
Other features of the Z2 Force includes a dual camera setup at the rear having a 12MP main sensor and 8MP secondary sensor, while at the front, there is a 5MP camera for selfies. From the photo, we can see that both the front and rear cameras come along with dual-tone LED flash.