The Moto Z2 Force Edition has a ShatterShield display that is guaranteed not to crack or shatter. Hours ago, Motorola launched their latest smartphone - the Moto Z2 Force into the markets. This year Moto has trimmed the line-up a little bit and has ditched the middle "Z" variant in favour of a more lean and easier to understand arrangement - the premium mid-range Z2 Play and the flagship Z2 Force. Unfortunately, there's no headphone jack, a page taken from Apple's book and the earlier Moto Z smartphone. It will be available in Fine Gold, Lunar Grey (for T-Mobile only), and Super Black colour variants.
All battery life claims are approximate and based on a standard mixed use profile.
This year, Motorola focused on slimming down the Z lineup, so the Moto Z2 duo are 1mm thinner than its predecessors measuring 155.8 x 76 x 5.99 mm.
With the Moto Z2 Force, Motorola has introduced one more Moto Mod - the 360-degree Camera Mod. On the optics front, the Motorola smartphone carries a dual 12-megapixel primary camera along with a 5-megapixel selfie shooter with LED Flash. The devices, which are compatible with all Moto Mods attachments including a gaming console, stereo speaker, video projector and battery powerhouse, are 6.13 inches long, 2.99 inches wide, 0.24 inches thick and weighs 5.04 ounces.
Other notable features on the device are connectivity options that include support for dual SIM, NFC, dual band Wi-Fi 802.11ac with MIMO, Bluetooth 4.2, and USB Type-C.
The Moto Z2 Force is priced at $799 (roughly Rs 51,500) in the U.S. and will go on sale from August 10. There is no word on the India release date or price of the Moto Z2 Force. In both cases, it is possible to install a microSD card. It also features a 5MP front-facing camera with f/2.2 aperture and front flash.
With the two 13MP cameras, you will be able to capture 360-degree 4K video at 24 frames per second.
Adding to its growing line of Moto Mod attachments, Moto also introduced its $300 Moto 360 Camera, which will also be available globally starting August 10.
Moto Mods are Motorola's series of modular accessories that connect via special magnetic pins on the back of phones, and the Moto Z2 Force supports them all, including a 360-degree camera that Motorola just unveiled. Moreover, carrier availability information has also been announced.