Moto Z2 Force Edition now available on Verizon Wireless

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Out of the leaked marketing presentation by Lenovo in China, all smartphones have shown up. The latest leak is in line with final rendered images put out by tipster Evan Blass last week.

This implies that the smartphone might be coming to the Latin American country sooner rather than later. The device works with numerous Moto Mods so you can experience more from the phone like easy gaming with the Moto GamePad, extra power with the Moto TurboPower Pack, 360-degree video recording with the 360 Camera Moto Mod, or enjoy high-quality audio listening with the JBL SoundBoost 2.

As you can see the smartphone carries the basic design tenets of Motorola handsets of this generation but the finish is markedly different.

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The other issue with the Gamepad mod's availability is that it will only be sold through Verizon, though it seems you'll still be able to purchase it even if you're on another carrier. A USB Type-C port along with a 3.5 mm headset jack will be present at the bottom. Anatel listing of the Moto X4 has revealed that the smartphone is enabled with Digital TV. It could be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor along with 4GB RAM and 64GB expandable storage. Also, the smartphone could feature dual-SIM support as well, along with a fingerprint sensor hidden under the Home button on the front side.

The price tag of the Moto Z2 Force Edition reads $756 as full retail price but you can pay for it on installment at 24 months with a $31.50 monthly fee. Motorola also boasts of up to eight hours of battery life from a single charge of the 1035 mAh built-in battery. Moto X4 will run Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

The Moto Z2 Force is officially here, purchasable on basically any major USA carrier.

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