Lenovo has disappointed a lot of people when they confirmed that the Moto Z2 Play will only have 3000mAh of battery. Though the device may have a smaller battery capacity, the new device will be thinner but won't have a shorter battery life.
According to a report from PhoneArena, Lenovo has confirmed via Twitter that their upcoming smartphone device will be a sporting battery that is smaller than the Moto Z Play. The 3000mAh Li-Ion battery will also be non-removable.
The Chinese maker's answer via Twitter has confirmed the rumor about the Moto Z2 Play's smaller battery size. The Moto Z Play has a 3,510mAh battery.
Though Lenovo only confirmed the battery size of the new device, this also gave confirmation that the Moto Z2 Play will be thinner than its predecessor. SlashGear reports that a sighting at TENAA also provided affirmation that the new device will be thinner.
The Moto Z2 Play will have a thickness of 5.99 mm and rear camera of 12 megapixels, down from the 16 megapixel its predecessor sport. These latest confirmations have people disappointed, because they are expecting the successor to the Moto Z Play will at least be on par, if not better, when it comes to specs and features.
Despite a lower size battery, the new smartphone device is will not be sacrificing battery life. This is due to the likelihood of being powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 626, which is believed to be more energy efficient than the Snapdragon 825.
This at least ensures that the device can last throughout a day without charge. This is a good thing, especially for people who are looking for a device that can last with them, especially when they are traveling.
Still, the lower specs for the Moto Z2 Play still have people disappointed. Though it may also feature 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, the only way Lenovo can justify lowering some of its specs is if it lowers its already cheap price.
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