Moto Z2 Force will reportedly not be a Verizon exclusive device
Verizon will not have exclusive rights to provide network for the approaching Moto Z2 Force as the upcoming smartphone will be sold by numerous other wireless carriers in the United States, emerging reports suggested.
Industry insider Evan Blass claimed that a number of wireless carriers, including Verizon and T-Mobile, will offer the upcoming smartphone. Blass made that assertion yesterday on social media site Twitter but he didn’t provide any further details.
Some separate reports also suggested that the Moto Z2 Force smartphone could also be available through AT&T, US Cellular, and Sprint.
Previous, a source claimed that the Moto Z2 Force would be sold by Sprint, in addition to Verizon. Thus, it is not the first source claiming the upcoming smartphone will not be a Verizon exclusive.
The Moto Z2 Force is widely expected to be announced in or around June this year, with an anticipated launch date in late third quarter of this year. While actual details remain scarce, the Moto Z2 Force will likely be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835, and sport at least 4GB of RAM, and a 3.5mm audio port.
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