Moto Z2 Play passes through TENAA – barely 6mm thick, just 2,820mAh battery

Last year’s Moto Z Play gathered much praise at the office for a lot of things, among them its great battery life. Well, its successor may be a different story, if the numbers posted on TENAA’s website are correct. The Chinese regulator has certified a Motorola device with XT1710-08 internal designation, which by the looks of it is none other than the Moto Z2 Play. There won’t be much playing done on a single charge though, judging from the listed 2,820mAh battery capacity. The first-gen Moto Z Play had 3,510mAh worth of juice at its disposal, and initial rumors pointed towards a…

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