Motorola Moto Z2 with Snapdragon 835 and 4GB of RAM spotted on AnTuTu

As reported earlier, Lenovo-owned Motorola is all set to launch its flagship phones on June 27. Motorola’s premium Moto Z series will get the new Moto Z2 and Moto Z2 Force. Meanwhile, the Moto Z2 pays a visit at the AnTuTu website to reveal a few key details. For starts, the phone will indeed feature a Quad HD display and house the top-tier Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset.

The AnTuTu listing of the second generation Moto Z flagship confirms a couple of key details there were speculated earlier. The phone will feature a 5.5-inch display with Quad HD (1440×2560) pixel resolution. It will feature an aluminium unibody construct and new antenna design. The phone runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat under the company’s Pure UI.

Moto Z2 AnTuTu

The Motorola will house the 64-bit octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset integrating the Adreno 540 GPU for graphics. The Snapdragon 835 teams up with 4GB of RAM for a smooth operation. The Moto Z2 will offer 64GB built-in storage, and we can only hope for it to support UFS 2.0 standard for faster read-write speeds. That said, the phone might feature dedicated memory slot to expand the storage.

The phone employs a dual camera setup featuring a pair of a 12-megapixel camera at the back. The details of the image sensors used are yet to be known. That said, the camera bump at the back might put off a few. On the front is a 5-megapixel camera with a dual-tone dual LED flash to click selfies. There’s a fingerprint scanner on a button on the phone’s chin. This phone will support the Moto Mods accessories just like the Moto Z2 Play.

Motorola is holding a press conference on June 27 to launch the new Moto Z2 along with the Moto Z2 Force. Stay tuned to this space for more updates on the phone.


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