The Moto Z2 Force was unveiled in New York City at an event by Motorola. This new handset is using a shatterproof display and is powered by Snapdragon 835 eight core processor. Z2 Force will be available in U.S for $799.99 that comes to approx Rs. 51K.

So Shatterproof display is the main highlight about the Moto Z2 Force, in fact the company is offering 4 years of warranty against cracking / shattering of display. This handset will come in single SIM / dual SIM options.

Inside the hood it is using qualcomm snapdragon 835 octa core processor with Adreno 540 GPU. Screen is 5.5 inches using shatter shield shatterproof display supporting 2560 x 1440 pixels resolution.

There is 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM and 2TB external micro SD support. On the back there are dual cameras of 12MP resolution each using SONY IMX386 sensors, laser AF and front camera is 5MP shooter.

Moto Z2 Force and Moto 360 camera module announced

Moto Z2 Force comes with finger print sensor, it runs Android Nougat 7.1.1 and supports 4G with VoLTE. Other features are three mics, dual band WiFi, GPS, USB Type C, Bluetooth 4.2 and NFC. There is 2730 mAh battery that comes with Turbo charging support.

Moto Z2 Force will go on sale in U.S. for $799.99 and the Moto 360 Camera module for $299.99 (Approx Rs. 19K).

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  1. Gogi…Why so small capacity battery in 5.5″ smartphone? Agreed that SD 835 is built on 10nm process technology, which consumes very less power. But again why so small capacity battery?

  2. Samsung J7 Pro now showing on Flipkart with Out of Stock…means release is round the corner….

    My next Smartphone…..

  3. Going by pricing of first gen Z force phone, the price of this will also drop by half after 6-8 months.

    1. First gen Moto Z Force was never launched in India, probably you are talking about X Force, and the reason behind reducing the price of X Force was infamous Snapdragon 810. Most of the devices launched with 810 faced price drop due to heating issue in that chipset.