Moto Z2 Force leaks with dual rear cameras in press photo

Motorola has a hit on its hands with the Moto smartphone lineup, and a few new models are about to be announced for it. Among those phones is a newly leaked Moto Z2 Force, an Android handset that — per the press photo that has surfaced — features a dual-camera setup on the back, as well as what appears to be a fingerprint sensor located on the front. This phone will follow the previously launched Moto Z Force.

The leaked image shows the front, back and side of the phone courtesy of Slashleaks, which tweeted the image. No details accompanied the handset, though in the photos we see a very slim profile with a somewhat protruding circular camera module. In all likelihood, the Moto Z2 Force will build upon the previously launched Moto Z Force, and so it seems safe to assume the specs will outpace that model.

The first Moto Z Force features a 5.5-inch display with a 1440 x 2560 resolution, a 21-megapixel rear camera, and a Snapdragon 820 under the hood. The dual-camera setup shown in the leaked images hints at great things for the Z2 Force's photo quality; we can likely expect the same optical image stabilization included in the original model, as well. Two cameras instead of one means users can reasonably expect additional photo features such as nice bokeh effects, better depth of field (eg, a blurred background behind in-focus subjects), and similar.

Take note, this isn't the first time we've seen this handset — or one that happens to look identical to it — surface. Last month, Motorola itself showed off what appears to be the Moto Z2 Force during Mobile World Congress 2017, doing so as part of a demonstration indicating what kind of Moto Mods the company may launch.