Last year, Motorola had launched the Moto Z2 flagship phone and its stripped-down version Moto Z2 Play through the same unveil event. The Lenovo-owned firm did not unveil the Moto Z3 flagship phone when it had launched the Moto Z3 Play phone in the previous month. Hence, the rumor mill has been speculating that the company may announce Moto Z3 flagship phone at its forthcoming event that will be held on Aug. 2. Fresh information on the Moto Z3 smartphone have surfaced today.
It is now speculated that the upcoming Motorola flagship phone will be ditching the Force Edition branding and it won’t be featuring a shatterproof display. Last year, Motorola had sold the Moto Z2 Force Edition in the U.S. through all the major operators. However, the forthcoming Motorola flagship phone will be called Moto Z3. Since the company is said to have entered a fresh agreement with Verizon, the Moto Z3 will be exclusively available through the carrier in the U.S.
With Motorola Moto Z3 smartphone, the company is also expected to officially announce its 5G Moto Mod. Verizon is planning to start its 5G network later this year, it is only then the 5G Moto Mod can become useful. This means that Moto Z3 will become one of the first phones to support 5G network.
Along with Moto Z3 flagship smartphone, Motorola is also expected to introduce Moto C2 and Moto C2 Plus Android Go phones. Moreover, the Motorola One and One Power Android One phones may also get official on Aug. 2. As far as Moto Z3, it is rumored to be available for buying by late summer. There is no information on the specifications of the Moto Z3. However, it is likely to feature the Snapdragon 845 SoC and 6 GB of RAM.