One of the biggest selling points of the Moto Z Play has been its battery life, so it's kind of odd to hear that Motorola may be substantially slimming down the battery included with the Moto Z2 Play.
Fans of Lenovo's original Moto Z Play got a pleasant surprise last month when press photos of the successor - the Z2 Play - were leaked, showing off a clean device with a minimal design. But that isn't stopping the Lenovo subsidiary from shaving precious thickness off of the Android 7.1.1 Nougat-powered Moto Z2 Play. The RAM capacity has been increased to 4GB from 3GB in its predecessor. In total the battery capacity will be 3,000 mAh, a figure that supposes a significant reduction compared to the 3,510 mAh that counted the previous model. One of the great things about the first Moto Z Play was that it didn't make this tradeoff, offering an approximate 50 hours of battery life on a device that's only moderately thicker than the leading flagships. It also reportedly has a faster Snapdragon 626 chip with eight cores running at a 2.2GHz clock speed.
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As the update is not official yet so we don't know when the roll out will begin in other countries. The internal storage is doubled and set to a satisfying 64 GBs. Now a new report claims to have more information on the upcoming mid-range phone, and how it may differ from the original Moto Z Play. The front camera remains unchanged.
Lenovo has quite a lineup this year, led by the Fine Gold and Lunar Gray Moto Z2 Play, and there's also the Moto Z2 and Moto Z2 Force.
The list of specifications of Moto Z2 Play is reduced to the main parameters of every smartphone. At the entry-level end, there's Moto C and Moto C Plus, as well as Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus. These devices should be released throughout the rest of the year.