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Moto Z2 Play is now in Canada

Motorola just unveiled its newest smartphone, the Moto Z2 Play, and the said device is now available in Canada. With a retail price of around CA$800, the Moto Z2 Play gets an extra Moto Mod in the box, while supplies last, that is. If you get the unit through Bell Mobility, Bell MTS, Freedom Mobile, and SaskTel, this device gets the new JBL SoundBoost 2 included with it—giving you an additional value of $114.99. The new Moto TurboPower Pack Mod and Moto GamePad are said to be coming this summer.

The Moto Z2 Play now comes in a thinner, lighter, all-metal unibody design and has a 5.5-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display and a water-repellant coating. It runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 2.2GHz octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM and promised battery life of up to 30 hours on a single charge. TurboPower charging tech promises up to eight hours of battery life in just 15 minutes. Its 12-megapixel rear camera combine laser and dual autofocus and promises to capture 25 percent more light than the previous generation. 


Motorola debuts new Moto Mod that comes with a 360-degree camera

Seemingly stealing the thunder from Andy Rubin’s Essential smartphone and its upcoming 360-degree camera, Motorola just unveiled its own 360-degree camera Moto Mod in Ghana. Evan Blass (@evleaks) shared a high-resolution photo of the Moto Mod. It shows the camera placed on top off a plastic back plate that’s usually used to attach these Mods to the back of Moto Z devices. Aside from the image though, not much is known about the Mod and whether it’ll make its way out of Ghana. It’ll be a wasted opportunity we say if it doesn’t, though.

Source: The Verge


Motorola Moto Z2 Play and new Moto Mods coming to Canada in June

Barely a year since Lenovo's Motorola launched the modular Moto Z line of smartphones along with their Moto Mods accessories, we get word that the company has launched Moto Z2 Play as well as some new Moto Mods coming in June.

Designed with a thinner, lighter design and faster performance, the second generation Moto Z2 Play delivers on the features you care about, while still offering transformative experiences with new Moto Mods. 

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This Moto Z Mod turns your phone into a walkie-talkie

Motorola has been encouraging hardware makers to create their own Mods for the Moto line. This new Indiegogo project definitely adds more functionality to the device. Called the Linc, the Mod from Fantom Dynamics is a walkie-talkie that lets you keep in touch for up to six miles without cellular service. It can work in busy areas since it operates on consumer-level frequencies (GMRS/FRS) with 121 private channels. You can even send SMS, transmit voice, or send out your GPS location without cell service. It can communicate with other conventional two-way radios. And it can act as a NOAA weather radio and emergency beacon, too.

The Mod itself is sturdy as it is water- and dust-resistant. It has its own 1,500mAh battery that promises 20 hours of standby time. But aside from working with the Moto Z, it can actually support any smartphone via Bluetooth. It’s just supposedly more seamless with the aforementioned smartphone. To get it for US$99, it’s best you pledge now. Delivery of the Linc Mod is expected around December of this year.

Source: Engadget