Moto Z2 Play is officially introduced in Brazil, supports four new Moto Mods
Motorola’s fans eagerly await the announcement of the new addition to the Z Play series of the company. The waiting is over; let’s welcome the Moto Z2 Play. The new model comes with improved specs compared to its predecessor, the Z Play, and more appealing design. The Z2 Play is outfitted with a thinner and lighter chassis. The fingerprint reader and the antenna band are redesigned. The body of the new mid-ranger is resistant to spills thanks to a nano coating.
The screen of the Moto Z2 Play is 5.5-inch at diagonal with a resolution of 1080p. The processor included in the device is Snapdragon 626 chip. The company offers a model with 3GB of RAM as well as a variation with 4GB.
There are two options for the native storage – 32GB or 64GB (expandable in both cases). The primary camera of the handset is a 12MP camera. It has dual pixel phase detection autofocus with f/1.7 aperture. The front-facing camera is with 5MP resolution, wide-angle lens and f/2.2 aperture. Software-wise the Z2 Play is powered by Android 7.1.1 Nougat provided with tons of Moto-compatible features, such as Moto Voice and the Moto Mods that were also launched.
The connectivity features supported by the newcomer include USB-C port, NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS. As mentioned above, the phone boasts a fingerprint reader integrated in the home button on the front side. Most of the features of the Moto Z2 Play are an upgrade of the original model. However the battery of the newest addition smartphone has smaller capacity – 3000mAh compared to the 3510mAh.
Regarding launching – the Moto Z2 Play debuted in Brazil. It costs R$ 1999. The international release of the phone is happening in July. The US carrier Verizon Wireless is launching the Z2 Play in the States for $499 in a few weeks from now.