The first lets Moto Z2 Force Edition users blur out the background or foreground and the latter allows them to transform the background or foreground to black and white. With Motorola officially launching the Moto Z2 Force, Motorola has also taken the wraps off its Moto 360 camera.
Pricing for the Moto Z2 Force Edition is $799.99 directly from Motorola, or at reduced prices from individual carriers. Also, the company has to compromise on the battery life this year. No more separation between a "normal" Moto Z and an "indestructible" Moto Z Force, it's now just this one phone. You'll view it all on a 5.5in Quad HD AMOLED display, which uses Moto's ShatterShield tech and supposedly can not smash.
That may be because Motorola has been kind of obsessed with slimming its phones down lately.
Running Android 7.1.1 Nougat, the smartphone comes equipped with dual 12MP rear cameras with f/2.0 aperture and LED Flash. Connectivity features include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.2, A-GPS, Moto Mods, and Type-C USB. Another highlight of the Moto Z2 Force is the dual cameras it comes with. Plus, the phone can be enhanced further with Moto Mods.
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Using a lens with a focal range of 100mm-400mm is optimal so you can fill the frame with the eclipse . The last time Malaysia saw the partial eclipse of the moon was in March past year .
Motorola Mobility, a Lenovo company, has today unveiled in NY its most advanced smartphone ever - the Moto Z Force, along with a new Moto Mod that lets you capture everything, literally. Next up are the Moto Mods, which is why the design and the feel of the phone have been retained, except that it's much thinner now thanks to a 2,730 mAh battery. Moto Z2 Force Edition will be sold in two variants: 4GB or 6GB RAM depending upon region, while internal memory will be either 64GB or 128GB.
The handsets will roll out in Mexico, Brazil and various countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa starting later this summer, according to Motorola. Both sport Sony IMX386 sensors with 1.25-micron pixels, and an f/2.0 aperture.
Coming to the new Moto 360 Camera, the accessory goes for $299 (approx Rs 19330) and will hit shops globally on August 10.
In the single-core test, the alleged Moto X4 got 824 points while in the multi-core testing the device has acquired 3886 points.