Moto Z2 Force will be coming to T-Mobile as well

The release of Motorola’s upcoming flagship phones, the Moto Z2 and Moto Z2 Force, is inching closer and with it the leaks about them are getting intensified. A new one has emerged suggesting that breaking the norm, the Moto Z2 Force will no longer be a Verizon exclusive. This means that in the US it will be available via other carriers as well. For now, T-Mobile carrying the Moto Z2 Force, besides Verizon, has been confirmed by renowned tipster Evan Blass.

Going by the Twitter handle @evleaks, Evan Blass has revealed that ‘the Moto Z2 Force won’t be a Verizon exclusive this time around; T-Mobile will carry it, for instance.’ Another carrier, which we believe might also carry the Moto Z2 Force is Sprint, although there’s no word on this yet.

Read: Moto Z 2017 image leaked

At the moment, the date of availability and price tags to be set by these carriers for Moto Z2 Force are obscure. But going by the trend, it would be a safe guess to put it that Verizon will sell it as Moto Z2 Force Droid Edition while on T-Mobile it will be called Moto Z2 Force.

Read: Moto Z Play Nougat update

A few days back a blurry image of the Moto Z2 Force leaked out showing the flagship phone from all angles giving us quite evident hints about its design and features. Except for the rear dual camera set-up, 3.5mm headset jack and redesigned fingerprint scanner, the Moto Z2 Force looks similar to its predecessor.

Other rumored features include a 5.5-inch Quad HD display and the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. It is expected to be released in June, so there’s some time for more leaks to paint a proper picture of how this Motorola’s 2017 flagship phone will look like.

via Evan Blass

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6 Comments

  1. t-mobile or whatever, I’m just glad to see that they r bringing the headphone jack back on there flagship device, other OEMs who did the same thing as Apple should understand that people r not ready for this “COURAGE” right now and would bring back the headphone jack as well!!

    1. Yeah you’re right bringing it back was a smart move .Just because Apple got away with it doesn’t mean the others can 😐 now followed by Xiaomi hopefully they change it on their next gen

  2. That is only fair. It is firstly really inconvenient how much the carriers have a hold over phone releases. A T-Mobile user wanting to buy the Z2 would not be able to for the same reason before.

  3. t-mobile or whatever, I’m just glad to see that they r bringing the headphone jack back on there flagship device, other OEMs who did the same thing as Apple should understand that people r not ready for this “COURAGE” right now and would bring back the headphone jack as well!!

    1. Yeah you’re right bringing it back was a smart move .Just because Apple got away with it doesn’t mean the others can 😐 now followed by Xiaomi hopefully they change it on their next gen

  4. That is only fair. It is firstly really inconvenient how much the carriers have a hold over phone releases. A T-Mobile user wanting to buy the Z2 would not be able to for the same reason before.

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