The Moto Z2 would compete against the high end with Snapdragon 835 and 4 GB of RAM

Little by little the date is approaching when Lenovo will unveil the Moto Z2, its proposal for the high end of this year (along with its Force version, aimed at the US market).

Moto Z2

Compared with other mobile top-of-the-range, the Moto Z2 has not had as much affluence in terms of leaks and rumors, but still some we have been able to see.

One of the things expected of this new smartphone is that it competes with the rest of the high range in terms of power is concerned, as it did its version of last year, although we hope that it improves in certain points as in the battery.

At least as far as muscle is concerned, it seems there will be no surprises, as Geekbench has shown that other flagships can be measured.

The Moto Z2, according to geek bench, will mount the Snapdragon 835 processor, 4 GB of RAM, and will leave the box with Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

According to the well-known web of benchmarks, we can see that the Moto Z2 would equip Qualcomm’s most powerful chip, the Snapdragon 835, and would be accompanied by 4 GB of RAM.

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As with the Moto Z2 Play, Lenovo’s new high-end model would come out with Android 7.1.1 Nougat with additions already seen as Moto Voice, Night Display and the functions they call ‘Moto Experiences’.

Previous filtrations show that the design of the Moto Z2 would not stray far from its predecessor, still showing a generous upper and lower frames, but changing the shape of the physical button to make it more oval and keeping the front LED flash.

We hope that since it does not seem that it will recover the mini-jack, increase the capacity of the battery considerably.

What is expected, moreover, is that it is compatible with existing MotoMods and those that leave in the future to give an extra useful.

For now, and until it officially appears, we advise you to take this information for what it is, a rumor, until then we can dream of the specifications that we want it to have.

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