Moto Z2 Play Announced at $499 With Snapdragon 626 and 3000mAh battery

Moto Z2 Play Announced at $499 With Snapdragon 626 and 3000mAh battery

    

You are probably watching along to the Moto Z2 Play live stream or tweets, but the phone is now official with enhanced features such as a slim design, dual-pixel autofocus camera and new fingerprint sensor, that offer security and navigation at the same time.

Along with the Moto Z2 Play, the company also announced new Moto Mods, including the JBL Speaker 2, which comes in Red, Black and Blue colors, new Power Pack and Style Shells. Motorola also confirms that the Gamepad Mod project is alive and will be coming sooner or later this year.

Specs wise, the Moto Z2 Play offers a 5.5-inch FHD display with increased brightness levels. You get the Snapdragon 626 with 3GB/4GB of RAM and 64GB onboard storage. The device also has a 12MP Dual Pixel camera at the back along with an 5MP snapper at the front with dual-tone LED flashlight. And yes, a 3000mAh battery.

The Moto Z2 Play features just 5.9mm thickness, and it comes with the aluminium body rather than the glass one seen on Moto Z Play. Also, the Z2 Play will have the camera bump at the back, for all the Moto Mods.

Moto Z2 Play will be available in Brazil today starting at R$ 1,999, and will rollout globally starting this month. In the U.S., Moto Z2 Play will be available exclusively on Verizon and will be available on Motorola.com later this summer for $499 USD.



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