Moto Z2 Force with massive battery power launched in India at Rs 34,999
Lenovo-owner Motorola on Thursday launched the limited edition Moto Z2 Force smartphone bundled with a Moto "TurboPower mod pack" in India for Rs 34,999
Motorola Moto Z2 Force
Lenovo-owner Motorola on Thursday launched the limited edition Moto Z2 Force smartphone bundled with a Moto "TurboPower mod pack" in India for Rs 34,999.
The limited edition Moto Z2 Force houses 2,730mAh battery while Moto "TurboPower Pack mod" comes with 3,490mAh battery. The combined battery (6,220mAh) can provide up to two days of power, the handset maker said in a statement.
The 6GB device sports an all-metal design and two 12MP primary cameras.
The smartphone comes with Moto "ShatterShield" technology and a 5.5-inch "Quad HD AMOLED" display that will not crack or shatter, the company claimed.
The polished design of the device is reinforced with the strength of 7,000-series aluminum, allowing it to withstand the wear and tear of daily usage.
"With 6GB RAM and Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, the phone also features the fastest-possible data speeds with Gigabit LTE," the company said in a statement.
The device bundled with Moto "TurboPower mod" is available on Flipkart and all Moto Hubs across the country from February 15.
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