Motorola believes its release of the Moto Z2 Play smartphone will strengthen its position in the Southeast Asian market.
“Since last year’s launch of the Moto Z family of smartphones with Moto Mods, people have been able to do things they never thought were possible with a smartphone,” the company said in a press release.
“Moto Z2 Play is the next generation fulfilling the promise of unprecedented mobile innovation, and with Moto Mods, it transforms into exactly what you need, when you need it.”
Thinner, lighter and faster than its predecessor, the Moto Z2 Play features an all-metal unibody that’s both attractive and durable.
The phone boasts a 5.5-inch Full HD Super Amoled display, 24-hour battery charges and a 2.2GHz octa-core processor.
The phone’s main camera gets bright, sharp photos even in low light thanks to a combination of laser autofocus and dual autofocus pixel technology.
The laser autofocus has an expanded range of up to five metres, so you can focus on objects three times further in a virtually dark environment.
The 5MP front camera has dual-colour-corrected flash for selfies.
A Night Display feature automatically adjusts the screen to warmer tones at night, reducing the blue light that can disrupt sleep.
The new Instant Queries in Moto Voice provide helpful information, such as weather or calendar updates, and will automatically launch an application without having to touch or unlock the phone.
The redesigned fingerprint reader allows for one-button navigation to quickly move through screens. Swipe left to go back, right to access recent apps, tap to go home, and use one long press to lock the phone.
With no buttons to clutter the screen, you get a much better view.
The Moto Z2 Play goes on sale in Thailand today (July 6) at True Shop, Jaymart, TGFone, Lazada and other retailers across the country, with prices starting at Bt15,990.
Subscribers of the 12-month True Service package 4G+ Super Smart at Bt599 can get a discount of Bt5,000 if they make an advanced payment of Bt2,000.
Republished with permission from The Nation