Newly leaked Moto Z2 Force is all set and expected to make a debut later this month of early next month, that too at the #hellomotoworld event in New York City. Now that its US version is rumored to be severally limited in comparison with its international model, but a new tweet from reliable source (leaker Evan Blass) suggesting that it might be the first Moto in a while that wil be offered by every (four) major US carriers. @evLeaks had already tweeted that it would only be available on both Verizon and T-Mobile, but nevertheless, that number has now doubled.
All we need to know and consider is that, it’s certainly a good news for US users, wider availability hardly compensates for the fact that they will get the worst specs when buying the Moto Z2 Force. The US variant will come with a Snapdragon 835 SoC, Qualcomm’s flagship silicon at the moment, but it will sport only 4GB of RAM, as opposed to the 6 GB users around the globe will enjoy.
Additionally, the Moto Z2 Force will also have a smaller battery power than its predecessor. The new model will have a 2,730mAh backup, as opposed to the 3500mAh battery package found in the original Moto Z Force. Software optimizations, you can expect from its slim profile, however, the smaller battery might just be a way to make users purchase more power bank mods.
For existing current Moto Z Force owners, the value of upgrading to the new model in the US might be diminished by lower specifications. Especially considering the improvements that will only be the newer Qualcomm SD chip, the dual-camera setup and the thinner portfolio. Those individuals who didn’t get their hands on Moto Z Force last year, can this year experience that soon than later.
If this new information is anything to go by, it might mark the end of the Verizon-exclusive Droid editions. As to why Lenovo decided to move away from the Verizon exclusivity, we can only guess.
With the constant introduction of new Moto Mods helps the Moto Z lineup fresh for much longer than its competitors. And yes, “You’ll see us grow by leaps and bounds in the US market,” said Aymar de Lencquesaing, Chaiman and president of Motorola division. Perhaps, expanding carrier availability in one of those leaps. Stay tuned for more!
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