Barely two weeks ago Lenovo-owned Motorola unveiled mid-range Moto Z2 Play. Now, the company is ready to roll out the flagship Moto Z2 later this month.
Brazilian arm of Motorola has commenced sending out invites for the product launch on June 21.
In the invitation (courtesy, MotorolaFans), we can see a lady resting near the window holding a metal-clad gold-hued phone with big circular camera module and what appears to be the Motorola's batwing sigil below.
It also shows Motorola logo on the left side with brand slogan "hellomoto" and launch date details- 21.06.17, 19h (7 pm local time; 3:30 am 22 June, IST).
The company has not made any official comments about the device. But if we go by last year's release pattern, it is more likely to be the flagship Moto Z2. In 2016, Motorola launched all three devices—Moto Z, the Z Play and the Z Force in June, but released them in different time frames.
This year, Motorola seems like, it will host three different events for each device and release them sequentially in coming months.
Moto Z2: Here's four key upgrades coming in Moto Z (2016)
Faster and efficient processor :
The upcoming Moto Z2 is expected to boast a slim design language with metallic body and 5.5-inch Quad HD (2560x1440p) resolution super AMOLED screen similar to Moto Z (2016), but under-the-hood, it said to come with major upgrades. It is tipped to house Snapdragon 835 octa-core, Qualcomm's most powerful smartphone processor yet.
Higher RAM capacity:
Motorola, in a bid to make Moto Z2 on par with rival brands, has reportedly increased the RAM capacity of the device by 50% compared to the previous generation. Rumour has it Moto Z2 might come in two variants, one a generic with 4GB and another top-end with 6GB RAM. They are said to have 64GB internal storage
Moto Z (2016) had feature-rich 13MP camera with laser autofocus and dual-LED flash aptly supported by 5MP front snapper with f/2.2 aperture.
Whereas the second generation device is slated to boast dual-camera on the back, one for taking the subject image, while the other compliments by taking in-depth background information and offer Bokeh effect feature. On the front, it's Selfie snapper is expected to have upgrade probably with 8MP or 13MP having wide angle FOV (Field-Of-View)
Moto Z was widely criticised for its low 2,600mAh battery capacity. This time, Motorola, despite keeping the slim body profile, has reportedly succeeded in incorporating 3,000+mAh cell in the Moto Z2.
Watch this space for latest news on Motorola products.