Motorola s Z2 Play comes with new Moto Mods, a smaller battery and a higher price tag
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By Admin - June 02, 2017 4:24 am   1   436   1

The surprise smartphone hit of 2016 was not the S7 Galaxy or the Google pixel. Rather, it was a mid-range phone from Motorola with a big gadget: magnetic mods. LG s modular phone concept has dramatically failed with the G5, but the $450 Moto Z play hit the sweet spot, with a nice cross-section of add-ons and a much easier ease than the removable chin of LG.

Now, Motorola is back with the Z2 game, a thinner, lighter, faster, and more expensive sequel to the Z.

The design is quite reminiscent of the original Z piece, with a 5.5 inch screen and a physical home button, but there are some notable changes under the hood. You will get a processor from the mouth of 626 (from the 625 in the game z), 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. The camera actually has a low resolution lens (12MP compared to 16MP), but Motorola has increased the pixel size, focus speed and aperture to compensate.

One area where the Z2 game has been downgraded is perhaps more important, however: the battery. Where the original game z had a battery 3, 510mAh, the new model has only a 3, 000mah one, so it will probably sell a bunch of Moto Turbo Power pack, one of the new mods available for the Z2 game.

The new phone is compatible with all z game mods that have come before, as well as those coming up like the Moto GamePad, which adds a D-pad and control button to your phone; JBL SoundBoost 2, improved version of the original waterproof loudspeaker; and the motorcycle-style hull with wireless load.

The Z2 motorcycle game will be available exclusively thought Verizon in the US later this summer for $499, with the new mods ranging from $40 to $80. A unlocked version will also be available on


Rajat Biala Rajat Biala
June 07, 2017 8:32 am

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