With the presence of dual rear cameras, Qualcomm’s 835 chip set, and a Quad HD resolution display, no one should hesitate to give the Moto Z2 Force the flagship status that it so rightfully deserves. Some of the design decisions taken by Motorola were questioned, while the hefty price tag certainly raised some eyebrows, however, it seems now Motorola is looking to make amends with a discount in mind.
How much the Moto Z2 would actually cost depends upon the carrier you purchase from. However, regardless of the carrier, getting the phone straight from Motorola can have a drastic effect on your bank account – $800 to be exact. A huge price tag to pay, especially when you consider the fact that through some carriers, you can get a lower price.
Now it seems that Motorola has come to their senses regarding this case, and the company has just slashed $80 off the Moto Z2 Force. The monthly financing has also gone down a notch, from $33 to $30.
However, it is still pretty weird to see a discounted price for the Moto Z2 Force just after a week of its unveiling. But of course, the potential buyers will not be complaining, will they?
If you are wondering what specs the phone holds, let me give you a quick recap. The Moto Z2 Force features a 5.5-inch, Quad HD AMOLED display that Motorola says is shatterproof, dual 12 MP rear cameras that can take monochrome and portrait images, and a fingerprint sensor that supports gestures. Inside, we get a Snapdragon 835 processor, the processor for the flagships, while the phone features 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage, with the option of a microSD card, if you are not content with the onboard storage.
Also, due to the fact that the Moto Z2 Force is part of Motorola’s Z-line of smartphones, the phone supports the company’s Moto mods, which serves as an additional functionality like a speaker and battery pack.