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Verizon accidentally lists Moto Z2 Force for pre-orders

25 July 2017 0

So a phone is up for pre-order even before the unveiling event? I smell a leak in the works! The rumour and speculation about the anticipated Moto Z2 Force have culminated into a confirmed leak by Verizon. Oh yes, it didn’t take long for Verizon to capitalise and put up the Moto Z2 Force for pre-order. Along with the pre-order on the website, the specifications and price of the phone have even been listed. If the teaser released a while ago had you on the edge of your seat, you’re going to want to know about the internals that Motorola has decided to use.

Coming to the display which creates most of the fuss nowadays, the Moto Z2 Force features a 5.5-inch QHD display Motorola’s latest ShatterShield technology. The phone is said to be powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor which is also what drives the Samsung Galaxy S8+ and OnePlus 5. This will be coupled together with a reasonable and decently fitted 4GB of RAM. The 64GB of internal storage and microSD card support will provide users with a decent amount of space for storing files and data as well as for installing apps. The device comes with 12MP dual rear-facing cameras and a 5MP front-facing camera.

Well, what happened to the battery? The pre-order listing reveals a battery capacity of just 2,730mAh. This seems to be quite disappointing as battery life remains at the top of anyone’s priority list when purchasing a smartphone. Verizon is pricing the device at $15 a month or at a one-time payment of $756. The phone will be available in Black, White/Gold colours. If you plan on going with the pre-order, bear in mind that the device will only start shipping from the 10th of August.

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Verizon accidentally lists Moto Z2 Force for pre-orders
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