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The recently leaked features of the apparently upgraded Moto Z seems to hint that the Lenovo-owned Motorola is seriously aiming for the high-end slot competing with the giant tech companies. The device is said to be the thinnest smartphone. So, how powerful really is the Moto Z 2017?

Knowing all the great specs and features of the upcoming high-end smartphones this year, Motorola seems to be confident that the Moto Z 2017 is competent enough. Even the previous reports are amazed on the features and specs of this year's Moto Z and that it could hold the future of smartphones. This year's Motorola branded phone is so thin that it was described as razor-like.

What Moto Z can offer to the consumers

Users are no longer required to memorize their passwords as the phone only needs the fingerprint to unlock. The Moto Z wouldn't require the users to carefully lay their fingers because it will automatically recognize the fingerprint no matter how the users hold the device. Unlike other phones that doesn't recognize the fingerprint users slide their fingers in a different way.

With the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor along with the RAM memory of 4GB, any user can do anything all at once, from playing games to streaming video as it can support multitasking. What's more exciting is that the device runs the latest Android 7.1.1, Phone Arena reported. Motorola has also released the specifications of the Moto Z 2017 and it include the following:

The Moto Z 2017 is will be available in different colors when it hits its release date, though Motorola is still tight-lipped when it comes to its release. The color variants are; Black with Lunar Grey trim, Silver, White front lens, Black with Rose Gold Trim and Silver with Black front lens.

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