Moto Z2 Play passes through TENAA
The Chinese certification site TENAA has just certified a Moto phone with the number XT1710-08, which certainly looks like the Moto Z2 Play.
According to the listing, the phone will sport a 5.49-inch 1080p OLED Display. It also corroborates with the previous rumours of the phone having 4GB of RAM & 64GB of ROM. The site doesn’t list the exact SoC used, but it states that it’s a 2.2 Ghz Octa-Core processor which fits the specification of the Snapdragon 626, which will allegedly power the phone. The Moto Z Play had a Snapdragon 625, so this appears to be a nickel-and-dime upgrade, nothing too important.
The phone will run on Andorid Noiugat 7.1.1 with some useful but light feaures added on by Moto.
It doesn’t seem like the Z2 Play will impress the heavy users as the listing lists the phone having a 2820 mAh rated battery compared to 3510 mAh on its predecessor. This is because of the phone being a ridiculous 5.9 mm thin. This really doesn’t sound like a wise decision from Moto. But who knows, MotoMods Batteries may help with additional battery backup.
The phone’s primary camera is a 12MP shooter with f/1.7 aperture like on the Moto G5 and is expected to have a 5MP front camera.
This is not the first time the Moto Z2 Play has been leaked. Frequent leaks suggest that the launch might just be around the corner. According to a source, the phone is expected to be launched on 8th June and this certification just seems to be in time for that.