Good News! Moto Z2 Force Reported To Revive Headphone Jack!

Apr 19, 2017 06:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

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The Moto Z2 Force is reported to revive its headphone jack!
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For a time being, having a headphone jack has been left out in the dark. But not anymore, thanks to the recent reports suggesting that Moto Z2 Force will be reviving its headphone jack! Just when everyone thinks it's time for wireless headsets to take flight, Motorola is believed to bring it back again.

Recent reports reveal that it is highly likely for the Moto Z2 Force to have the 3.5mm port back. This is based on render/concept of the handset made available for everyone's perusal. It is important to note, however, that nothing has been made official if the headset jack is considered a standard.

Still, it is considered good news for industry experts. At least more ports are made available and the Moto Z2 Force is not entirely following Apple's lead for getting rid of as many ports as it can. For those who prefer the conventional way of listening to music and videos, the recent renders suggest that it is possible.

For the design, the Z2 Force will have a 5.5-inch display and the Z series' modular back. To make things better, the latest Force is reported to be slimmer and thinner measuring under 0.24-inches. There is also a dual-camera setup which is very much present in all other recently released high-end phones.

The Moto Z2 Force is also expected to be faster than usual. Multitasking is also made more efficient and seamless because of its Snapdragon 835 chip. This upcoming device is sure to keep a good fight against more expensive and popular brands such as Samsung and the iPhone.

It is also reported that the Moto Z2 Force will not be exclusively available to Verizon as compared to its predecessor. Other major US telcos such as T-Mobile may have the phone sold. This is also considered a good development as many have missed out on its predecessor for the lack of carrier support.

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