There is absolutely nothing to play Moto Z2, but its errors are complicated? Moto Mods are an important selling point for the entire Z series and often come at a higher price. Moto Z2 is not cheap to start with, so there may be rack up price for a mainstream person investing in a mode or two. On the other hand, modes are intended to take the mode, with more than some bargain offers with retail and carrier subsidies.
The Moto Z2 comes with a fiery red box, a signature color for the Z2 series. Printed M logo is not static – depending on the market you can get a unique one. For example, if your national football team sponsors Lenovo – your local Moto Z2 play boxes can come with a football background Moto logo.
The Moto Z2 Play is by no means perfect, but are its flaws critical? The Moto Mods are a key selling point for the entire Z series and often those come at a hefty price. The Moto Z2 Play isn’t cheap to begin with, so investing in a mod or two may rack the price up to a flagship figure. On the other hand, Motorola wants the mods to take off, and there are indeed more than a few bargain offers with retailer and carrier subsidies.
The phone is equipped with a 15W turbocharger and a USB type-c cable. Once again, based on the market, you can get the end of the fabric ending with headphones or herringbone nylon cover.
The Moto Z2 Play measures 156.2 x 76.2 mm and is just 6mm thin without any Mod or cover. The camera is quite prominent and it sticks out about 3mm. Once you snap a back cover, though, and the back gets all nice and flat.
Play Moto Z2, cover- and mod-free, the Z2 Force is almost identical. And that’s a very good thing. For starters – Z2 is fully made of metal and has an impressively thin and sharp profile with its splash-resistant unibody. Even with the bumped nylon cover, Z2 play still looks like one of the thinnest smartphones around. And do not worry – audio jack did not boot for this.
The Moto Z2 Play utilizes the same antenna solution as the one on the Force – running along the edges of the back in a strip that thickens at the top and bottom. This approach looks less disruptive on the overall design and may even be considered a decoration rather than necessity.
Moto Z2 shares the screen diagonal with its expensive Z2 Force sibling, but the similar displays end in the performances. Two different panels are apparently used, but thanks to both of our favorite OLED types. The punch always on the traditional LCD barriers is always a pleasant sight for the mediocre Rangers.
While the Moto Z2 Play feels pretty secure in hand, it also feels awkwardly wide, not to mention unnecessarily tall due to the massive chin. Then again, the slim profile and light weight are appreciated, especially when you slap on some Mods.