Rumors were saying that Moto Z will likely pop in China sometime in September. From what we learn now, this is true! Invitations were sent by Lenovo to a news conference billed for September 6 where the Chinese edition of the Moto Z will be officially released. This was officially announced today by Chen Xudong on Weibo, Lenovo’s Mobile Business Group co-President,
Moto Z and Z Force are already released in the international market, so this release of the Moto Z in China is coming two months after them. The China version of the Moto Z, will probably come pre-loaded with the One UI, Lenovo’s Vibe UI 3.0 based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. This interface will be exclusive to devices shipping to China so it may not feature GAPPS (Google Play Store) but some Chinese app store on the home screen.
Moto Z is said to be the world’s thinnest flagship with a 5.2mm thickness. Moto Z and Z Force both come with 5.5-inch AMOLED display with 2k resolution and powered by Snapdragon 820. Both devices will be equipped with 4GB RAM and two memory sizes of 32GB and 64GB respectively internal storage.
Of course both mobiles cannot be the same, so they differ in the camera specs and battery capacity. While Moto Z is equipped with a 13MP main camera and 8MP front-facing camera, Z Force features a 21MP main camera and 8MP camera for selfies. Both cameras is mentioned that will feature OIS and laser focus.
Battery in Moto Z Force will be 3500mAh with Turbo fast charge which delivers up to 50% charge is just 15 minutes. Moto Z will have a much smaller, up to 2600mAh. Both versions will come with MotoMods magnetic technology inside but only the Z Force will feature a Shatter-Shield on top of its display to protect against screen damage.
How much will they cost? Moto Z is said to likely start at 2998 yuan ($448) and the Moto Z Force is rumored to be at 5288 yuan ($790).
So what do you think of Lenovo new releases!?