Moto Z2 Play launched; powered with Snapdragon 626

Powerful successor to Moto Z Play

Lenovo, today has officially announced their new Moto branded device Moto Z2 Play. The device comes as the successor to the Moto Z play which was launched a while ago with mid-rangers specs and excellent battery life. The new device Moto Z2 Play looks Almost similar to its predecessor as well.

Moto Z2 Play features a 5.4 inch full HD AMOLED display with 16:9 ratio. The device is powered by the Sbapdragon 626, the successor variant of the most used Mid range Chipset in 2017 Snapdragon 625. The device has two variants with 3GB, 32GB and 4GB, 64GB RAM and Storage options, offers a dedicated SD Slot too. The rear camera got better with the dual pixel focus technology in the 12MP sensor, which helps you take better images by focusing faster and accurate, posing an excellent aperture of f/1.7. The front facing selfie snapper is of 5MP, having an aperture of f/2.2.

The smartphone is juiced up with 3000mAh battery pack, which seems so common these days with mid range smartphones. But the company offers a 30 hours of backup in a single charge that is impressive, just like its predecessor Moto Z Play which offered 50 hours of running time. The US Type-C Port can take charge in faster through Quick charge. The water repellent coating is a good addition, but not enough to say “water proof”.

Moto Z2 Play will be shipped with Android Nougat 7.1.1 onboard. The smartphone is beautifully crafted and is super thin, 5.5 mm . The device also supports Motomods. Along with the device, the company also launched a set of Motmods like JBL Soundboost, Moto Turbo power pack, Game pad and Moto style shells with wireless charging. The device will be available in three colors – Lunar Gray, Nimbus Blue, or Fine Gold, priced at $500 approx.

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