Today in New York, Motorola, owned by the Chinese manufacturer Lenovo, officially introduced the new flagship smartphone Moto Z2 Force and the Moto Mod photomodule with a 360-degree camera.
The novelty combines a thin splash-proof metal case made of high-strength aluminum alloy 7000 series and 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display with QHD resolution, which is guaranteed not to crack and crash thanks to the proprietary Moto ShatterShield technology.
The smartphone Moto Z2 Force is built on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip, which in addition to high performance provides data transfer at speeds of up to 1 GB in the LTE network. The smartphone has 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory with the ability to expand to 2 TB. The battery capacity is only 2730 mAh (the predecessor had 3500 mAh), but it supports the accelerated charging TurboPower, which in a few minutes adds up to 8 additional hours of work for the smartphone.
The main camera of the Moto Z2 Force is built on two 12-megapixel sensors (monochrome and color), which will allow a skillful photographer to achieve a truly professional photo level, for example, with the blur effect in the background or foreground images. In addition, Moto Z2 Force is equipped with phase and laser autofocus and a dual LED flash that aligns the color. The front 5-megapixel camera has a wide-angle lens and LED flash.
Motorola Moto Z2 Force runs under the “clean” Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS, which will soon be updated to Android O. Along with the new operating system, the smartphone will also receive a Bluetooth update to version 5.0. Updated and “Moto chips” – automatic adjustment of the display to warmer tones at night and requests in Moto Voice about the weather or updates to the calendar.
Thanks to the compatibility of the Moto Z2 Force with the interchangeable Moto Mods modules, the smartphone can be transformed into a 360-degree camera, a game console, a powerful stereo speaker, a video projector and much more. In particular, the new 360 Camera Moto Mod module allows you to shoot interactive 4K video in 360 format with 3D audio.