The Lenovo-owned smartphone maker Motorola is set to cap off an interesting month, where it released its Z2 Play and, E4 series (E4 and E4 Plus), of handsets, on a high, by launching two new phones today.
The devices in question are the Moto Z2 and the Moto Z2 Force handsets, both of which are being said to be the company’s flagship phones for the year, and have some fancied, high-end hardware support to live up to this billing.
The Moto Z2 is the successor to last year’s Moto Z, and is expected to come out bearing a similar design as the latter (something that the design of the Z2 Play also suggested), and will also have compatibility with the Moto Mods.
Much like the Moto Z Force, its successor will be sporting a 5.5-inch shatterproof display, alongside a comparatively bigger battery and, obviously, the Moto Mods support.
As for the rest of the specifications of the phones, both of them will boast of the latest Snapdragon 835 chipsets, 4gigs of RAM, and an inbuilt storage space of 64GB (expandable till 128GB).
However, the highlight of the duo would be the presence of a dual camera setup at the back, which, as rumors suggest, will makes of two 13MP sensors. For the front, the company has equipped the phones with an 8MP selfie snapper that has a dual-tone LED flash.
It is also quite possible that Motorola may unveil the Moto Mods alongside the two handsets.
We’ll keep you update about the Moto launch event set to take place today. Stay tuned!