Meanwhile, a Moto Z2 Force variant carrying a model number of XT1789-05 has cleared China’s TENAA. The listing reveals the model comes with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.
The XT1789-05 is said to be the international variant given that it supports network type used mostly by Chinese carriers. Rest of the specs are same as the US model.
Original story follows:
Announced late last month, the Motorola Moto Z2 Force has been available to pre-order in the US. However, that was until now, as sales for the device have begun – all major carriers (the Big Four) are now selling the handset.
Motorola is also offering the carrier variants officially. Price starts at $720, and goes up to $810. So it all depends on the carrier of your choice.