You may have seen some rumors and reports about the Moto Z2 series of handsets from Motorola. Even though they have not been announced officially, Lenovo has confirmed the existence of one of the new devices on Twitter. Lenovo, Motorola’s parent company, has confirmed the Moto Z2 Play battery capacity.
Lenovo’s rep on Twitter revealed this information in response to a query. It was confirmed through Twitter that the Moto Z2 Play is going to be replacing the original Moto Z Play handset which was released last year.
While none of the other specs were confirmed, the rep did confirm the Moto Z2 Play battery capacity. The tweet clearly mentions that the Moto Z2 Play is going to have a non-removable 3,000mAh Li-Ion battery.
This isn’t surprising at all since a previous rumor already suggested that despite its slim profile, the Moto Z2 Play might feature a 3,000mAh battery. There was truth to that rumor after all.
That being said, the battery will quite a bit smaller than that of its predecessor. The Moto Z Play had a 3,510mAh battery so there will no doubt be differences between the two handsets as far as battery longevity goes.
Despite confirming an unreleased handset’s battery capacity, Lenovo is yet to confirm precisely when the new handsets are going to be launched and how much they’re going to cost.
— Lenovo (@lenovo) May 20, 2017