May 22, 2017 12:04 PM EDT
Moto Z Play was an appreciable smartphone of the last year, though no announcements have been made about the Moto Z2 Play. A recent Twitter from Lenovo confirmed its existence.
Popular tech company Lenovo has recently tweeted about the non-removal battery of the upcoming phone Moto Z2 Play. Actually, the tech company was answering to the query of a fan. The company has uttered that the upcoming handset will be equipped with a 3000mAh battery and it must be a non-removable one.
According to Phone Arena.com, the upcoming Moto Z2 Play must replace Moto Z Play that was released in 2016. Previously, some rumors suggested that the said smartphone will be packed with a smaller battery of 2820mAh. But, the official Twitter account from Lenovo revealed that the handset will have a Li-Ion 3000mAh battery. It also added that the battery will be non-removable.
The battery of the upcoming Moto Z2 Play will be a less capacious one than the original one of the Moto Z Play. Moto Z Play has a 3,510mAh unit, The Indian Express reported. So it is quite clear that the upcoming most anticipated smartphone will not be a smaller one. But, at the same time, Lenovo is preparing to provide a less powerful battery unit compared to its predecessor.
Some past reports unveil that the Moto Z2 Play will feature a 5.5-inch with a 1080p display. The handset will sport 4 GB of RAM with an internal storage of 64 GB. The smartphone may have a 12 MP rear camera that should have the capability to support the dual pixel auto focus. In a word, Lenovo must try to produce an interesting phone.
The Snapdragon 626 processor of the Qualcomm with a fingerprint scanner would boost the performance of the new upcoming smartphone. The Moto Z2 Play must be compatible with the MotoMods. This smartphone should run the Android 7.1 and if different rumors and reports are true, then Lenovo will probably unveil the handset in June.
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