NEW DELHI: Looks like Motorola is not very good at keeping secrets. Although nothing has been revealed officially, the Lenovo-owned entity accidentally showcased the unannounced Moto Z smartphone with Moto Mods on its China website. The timing of the accidental listing of the handset on the website is being clubbed along with the recent invitations sent by the company to media houses for July 25.
According to the listing – spotted by the Droid Holic website – the smartphone’s design shadows the one sported by the Moto Z2 Play can be duly seen. However, one of the major difference which can be spotted is that the Moto Z2 sports a dual rear camera setup instead of a single setup. The image also shows the gamepad Moto Mods, 360-degree camera Moto Mod along with others.
While nothing has been mentioned about the Moto Z2’s specifications, the smartphone reportedly went through GeekBench benchmark tests last month. Based on the listing, Moto Z2 will run Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. This also means that the smartphone will get Android O sometime later this year or early next year. It’s also been mentioned that the smartphone will be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, paired with 4GB of RAM.
Like its predecessor, the Moto Z2 may also come in two internal storage variants and have microSD card support.
We don’t know yet when the company plans to launch the Moto Z2 in India. Until now, Motorola has launched its Moto Z2 Play smartphone in India at a price of Rs 27,999. Motorola also announced some new Moto Mods when it launched the Z2 Play smartphone last month.