MOTOROLA recently expanded its Moto Z family with the addition of the Moto Z2 Play.
The Moto Z family of smartphones along with Moto Mods™ welcomed the new Moto Z2 Play, which features a precision-crafted, all-metal unibody design.
“Motorola remains committed to delivering meaningful experiences through innovative mobile technology to consumers. Moto Z2 Play is a testament of bringing our philosophy ‘different is better’ to life,” Country Manager for Lenovo Mobile Business Group Philippines John Rojo said.
Other product specifications include a 5.5” Full HD Super AMOLED display, 24 hours of battery life and 2.2GHz octa-core processor.
The newly unveiled product also boasts of its 12 MP rear camera, which showcases a combination of laser autofocus that shows off an expanded range of up to five meters and a dual autofocus pixel technology that allows its user to take brighter and sharper photos even in low-light conditions.
Moto Z2 Play’s 5MP front camera comes with a dual color corrected flash and wide-angle lens for a bigger image scope
Unique Moto Experiences are also available in the Moto Z2 Play. This includes the Night Display Feature, which will automatically adjust the screen to warmer tones at night to reduce the blue light that can disrupt sleep.
Another innovation is the Moto Voice that provides helpful information like weather or calendar updates; it also automatically launches an application without having to touch or unlock your phone. The Moto Z2 Play also boasts of a redesigned fingerprint reader, which makes navigation easier.
“We believe that the ultimate satisfaction we can give to Filipino consumers is a transformative experience,” Rojo added.
Moto Z2 Play is now available at three exclusive Motorola outlets at the Cyberzone areas of SM Mall of Asia, SM Megamall and SM North EDSA. The product will also be available in major Motorola retailers nationwide and through the online shopping site Lazada.
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