The Moto Z2 Play has been the talk of the town for quite a while now, thanks to the great performance it’s predecessor, the Moto Z Play offered.
The Moto Z Play was lauded for it’s robust 3,510mAh battery. But this time, Moto seems to have made the phone thinner at the sake of the battery. The listing on TENAA indicated towards a 2,820mAh battery, but Lenovo has now confirmed that the Moto Z2 Play will ship with a 3,000mAh battery. This was confirmed via a tweet by Lenovo which was a reply to a user query.
Two days ago, the Moto Z2 Play got certified in China by TENAA. The phone will sport a 5.5 inch 1080p display. Under the hood lies the Qualcomm Snapdragon 626, coupled with 4GB of RAM and a supposed 64GB of onboard storage. The listing put the battery at 2820mAh, which has now been confirmed by Lenovo to be 3,000mAh.
The Z2 Play sports a similar design on the front as the recently launched G5 series. The back resembles the Z series from last year. The fingerprint sensor lies on the front, which is speculated to be an ultrasonic sensor. The width of the sensor suggests that it could be used as a single button for navigation using gestures, similar to those in the Moto G series.
The Moto Z2 Play is expected to end up in the market in the month of June. Stay tuned for more!