The natural substitute of Moto Z Play from where we began to find out its details and characteristics before the more than probable and imminent official presentation of the mobile.
One of the biggest selling points of the Moto Z Play has been its battery life, so it's kind of unusual to hear that Motorola may be substantially slimming down the battery included with the Moto Z2 Play. The reduction in battery limit accompanies a drop in the smartphone's thickness, which was one of the primary reasons for most people not to go for the device. From what they've learned, the new phone will have a 3,000 mAh battery.
Arguably the best feature on the classic Moto Z Play was its 3510mAh battery that kept your device going and going - for about 50 hours of expected battery life.
The phone will reportedly feature a Snapdragon 626 chip with a 2.2GHz clock speed. Apparently, the profile of Moto Z2 Play was thinner than actual Moto Z Play.
The report suggests that Motorola will pack in a 3000mAh battery underneath Moto Z2 Play which will be capable enough to provide 30 hours of usage time.
The Android 7.1.1 Nougat-powered Moto Z2 Play will therefore be 6mm thick and weigh 145g. "We can expect the Moto Z2 Play to ship with a 5.5" Full HD Super AMOLED screen. The original Z Play has a 16MP, f/2.0 ratio.
The list of specifications of Moto Z2 Play is reduced to the main parameters of every smartphone. On the imaging section, the rear camera will be of 12MP with f/1.7, dual autofocus pixels and a 5MP front camera to shoot selfies.
In addition, the Moto Z2 Play will be available in two colours - Lunar Gray and Fine Gold. Those include the new entry-level Moto C and C Plus, the Moto E4 and E4 Plus, and the Moto Z2 and Moto Z2 Force.
Android Police doesn't offer any information about a possible release date, but just the fact that Motorola has a prototype of such a device is interesting in itself.