Last year when Motorola launched the Moto Z Force, it was exclusive to Verizon which meant that non-Verizon customers couldn’t get their hands on it. If you’re hoping that this will change in 2017, you might be right because a recent tweet from Evan Blass has “confirmed” that the Moto Z2 Force won’t be exclusive to Verizon anymore.

Instead it has been suggested that it could find its way to other carriers such as T-Mobile. Blass specifically mentions T-Mobile but phrases it in a way that sounds like it could be merely an example, so we’re not 100% sure if T-Mobile will be another carrier besides Verizon that will offer the phone, or if all the other major carriers will offer up the handset as well.

So far it is unclear as to what kind of specs we might be looking at, but a recent alleged photo of the Moto Z2 made its way online. Assuming that the Moto Z2 Force looks similar, then we might already know what we can expect in terms of design. As for its hardware, presumably there will be support for Moto Mods, and we can also expect some high-end specs such as the use of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, but that’s just speculation on our part for now, so do take it with a grain of salt.

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