Motorola launched just one model of the Moto Z line last year: the Z4, which brought intermediate specifications, leaving out any "Force" or "Play" variant. We still don't know what the company's strategy will be this year, but a brand new smartphone, supposedly the Moto Z5, has been certified by the FCC with a large capacity battery.
The documents reveal that this device, with model number "T2055-1", supports 4G and 2.4 GHz WiFi. It has also been said that it will deliver Single-SIM and Dual-SIM versions. However, the most important feature disclosed by the FCC concerns the Moto Z5 battery, which should bring 5,000 mAh.
This represents a significant increase over its predecessor, which brought 3,600 mAh. Leaks indicate that the Moto Z5 will be compatible with the existing Moto Mods on the market. Therefore, future owners who purchase a "Moto Power Pack", which has a 2,220 mAh battery, will have a smartphone with a battery greater than 7,000 mAh.
According to some industry sources, the Moto Z5 should not be made official at MWC 2020, which starts on February 24th. So far, its release date is unknown.
On the other hand, Motorola confirmed that it will be present at this year's MWC. It is believed that the company should make official new devices, such as the Moto G8 and G8 Power, which had their specifications leaked recently, as well as the Moto Edge +, a high-end smartphone with Snapdragon 865 and 12GB of RAM.
Anyway, we will have to wait for the event to arrive to find out what the company's real plans are.
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