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Moto Z Successor Leaked on Twitter But Doesn’t Look Worth as Expected

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Moto Z2 is announcing in the second half of 2017, it could get the Snapdragon 835

The Moto Z was announced last year and did have powerful and attractive features, and the smartphone brought something new to the table. Motorola is expected to announce its successor this year. However, we hope that the company puts in more effort in the making and design of the phone than it did in the name that has been leaked.

The Moto Z was said to be the thinned smartphone in the world, and its enormous camera hump spoke for itself. The phone being most tenuous hurt the devices battery life as it was only able to pack a 2600 mAh battery. But user was able to extend the battery life with the help of Moto Mod.

Now Evan Blass has leaked that the Successor of Moto Z will be named Moto Z2. And now we hope that the company does better with this flagship and doesn’t remove its essential parts such as the headphone Jack.

We hope that the company brings back the headphone jack and doesn’t remove any other important feature in the ridiculous effort of reducing the thickness of the device.

As far as the processor go the Moto Z had a Snapdragon 820. So now we hope that a Snapdragon 835 will be a part of the hardware. However it must be stated that the Qualcomm is already going through shipment problems of its latest SoC, and it could be possible that Motorola has no other choice but to stick with a Snapdragon 820 unless it decides to push back the announcement date of the Moto Z2.

If Moto Z2 is announcing in the second half of 2017, it could get the Snapdragon 835. What are your expectations from the device? Let us know in the comments.

Ujjwal Sahay
Ujjwal Sahay is the Editor-in-Chief & Co-Founder of Enzuke as well as Author of the cyber security books Hack-X-Crypt and X-Shell. Primarily Ujjwal writes about technology and front-end developer by profession. For more details about him check out his portfolio at [ ujjwalsahay.com ]
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