Moto Z2 specs leaked on GFXBench
Motorola has been on a roll these past months. The Moto G5, Moto E4, and Moto Z2 Play have all been released since the Spring, but all eyes have already refocused to the next major launch from the Lenovo subsidiary: the flagship Moto Z2. Rumors have been flying about the device, and benchmark scores have surfaced here and there. However, Winfuture, a German tech news site, has spotted a GFXBench listing labelled “Moto Z2” that details what we might see in Moto’s next smartphone.
According to the post on Winfuture, the Moto Z2 will have components that are fast becoming the norm for 2017 flagships:
- Android 7.1.1
- 5.5-inch 2560x1440 display
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
- Adreno 540 GPU
- 4 GB of RAM
- 64 GB of storage (47 available to end user)
- 11 MP rear-facing camera w/ 4K video
- 5 MP front-facing camera
This is nothing too surprising - the Moto Z2 is expected to be Motorola’s top-tier smartphone, so it makes sense that it would pack in all these goodies. Unfortunately, there’s no confirmation yet on whether or not the Z2 will support Moto Mods, but as the Z2 Play has this support, it’s almost a certainty that the Z2 will as well.
What’s nice to see is the inclusion of 64 GB of storage. This has become a trend in flagships this year, with the OnePlus 5 and Galaxy S8 both offering 64 GB as a standard. The Moto Z2 also looks to retain the 16:9 aspect ratio for its display, eschewing the elongated screens of its Samsung and LG rivals.
As with all rumors, we won’t know whether or not these specs are really what we’ll find in the Moto Z2 until it’s officially released, but that should be very, very soon.