Lenovo is preparing to launch a follow-up to the Moto X range of smartphones with the soon-to-come Moto Z. The new flagship is going to sport interesting snap-on accessory cases, dubbed MotoMods, which today have been leaked by @evleaks
Each case is semi-modular and has distinct function - there's one with an extra battery inside, while another will have stereo speakers and a built-in pico projector.
The third one on the right is camera-oriented and has a dedicated camera sensor, lens and flash. Rumors suggest the range will consist of "adventure," "theater," "stereo," "power," "style," and "pro camera" MotoMods.
Allegedly, Motorola’s next flagship smartphone will pack Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset, 4GB of RAM, and 32/64GB of built-in memory. The display is said to be a 5.2” QHD AMOLED panel (we won’t be surprised if it is the same unit as the one found in the Motorola Droid Turbo).
We expect Lenovo to make the Moto Z official at the Tech World conference in San Francisco on June 9.
Those arguing sd 808 is good or blah blah blah. Learn to read.
"...even the new HTC 10's CPU throttles and beats up way quicker than any other SD820 phone." Sorry, it seems like this is a pretty big statement but with little to no backup.