On February 1, according tomedia reports, Motorola’s new Z-Series Moto Z5 has been FCC certified, model XT2055-1. The Moto Z series has always been the Moto’s flagship model and features a modular design that allows it to be used with different modules such as batteries, zoom, speakers, etc.
But last year’s Moto Z4 was a mid-range model with a SnapDragon 675 processor, 4 plus 128GB of storage, a 6.4-inch drop screen, a 3600mAh battery, and the previous Mote Z3 is the flagship model with the SnapDragon835.
The only thing we know so far is that the Moto Z5 will be equipped with a 5000mAh battery, which is the highest battery capacity model in the Z-Series, after previous models sacrificed some of their battery capacity for thinner thicknesses because of the modular design.
It’s hard to say whether the Moto Z5 will inherit the Moto Z3’s flagship route or the mid-range style of the Moto Z4, but it’s interesting to see if the recent news comes that Moto will return to the flagship market.