Motorola Moto Z2 Force Price List August, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

Motorola Moto Z2 Force Cheapest Price and Key Features

The cheapest price of Motorola Moto Z2 Force in Philippines is PHP23063 from Galleon. The Motorola Moto Z2 Force features a 5.5" display, 12MP back camera, 5MP front camera, and a 2730mAh battery capacity. It also comes with Octa Core CPU and runs on Android. Release date of the Motorola Moto Z2 Force is July, 2017.
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Motorola Moto Z2 Force Cheapest Price and Key Features

The cheapest price of Motorola Moto Z2 Force in Philippines is PHP23063 from Galleon. The Motorola Moto Z2 Force features a 5.5" display, 12MP back camera, 5MP front camera, and a 2730mAh battery capacity. It also comes with Octa Core CPU and runs on Android. Release date of the Motorola Moto Z2 Force is July, 2017.
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Cheapest Motorola Moto Z2 Force Price in Philippines is ₱ 23,063.00

The Motorola Moto Z2 Force is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Motorola Moto Z2 Force price in Philippines is ₱ 23,063.00 from Galleon. Motorola Moto Z2 Force price details are updated August 2021.

Motorola Moto Z2 Force Specs

Screen Size 5.5"
Pixel Density 534ppi
Display Resolution 1440 x 2560pixels
Water Resistant No
Scratch Resistant Yes
Rear Camera 12MP
Front Camera 5MP
Camera Lenses No
Weight 143g
Body Material Plastic
Dimensions (W x H x D) 155.8 x 76 x 6.1mm
Battery Capacity 2730mAh
Dual SIM Yes
SIM Card Nano-SIM
Processor Core Octa Core
OS Android
USB Connectors Type-C
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Expandable Memory Yes
Face Recognition No
Fingerprint Scanner Yes

Reviews of Motorola Moto Z2 Force
Reviewed on 2018-04-02
Useful modular design, Fast performance, Long battery life, Sharp display, Solid dual-sensor camera,
Easy-to- scratch plastic display cover, Weak speaker, No waterproofing or headphone jack, Some carrier bloatware,
Available in black, gold, and gray (the latter is exclusive to T-Mobile), the Z2 Force sticks to the same design formula as the Z2 Play released earlier this year. It shares the all-metal build, protruding rear camera, and magnetic attachment points for M...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-21
Solid build and shatterproof screen, Smooth performance and capable dual cameras, Long battery life thanks to the bundled TurboPower mod, Useful software features
Lacks 3.5mm headset socket, Screen is prone to scratches, Selfie camera may not match rivals, Photos by Raj Rout, Moto Z2 Force
Moto's Z series of smartphones and the LG G5 ( review ) are known for bringing the concept of semi-modularity to the mainstream. While LG seems to have given up on the idea, Moto continues in its quest… which is a good thing since the Moto Mods (the singl...
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Reviewed on 2018-02-12
Efficient stabilization, Good target exposure in most conditions, Fairly accurate color rendering and white balance in most conditions, Fairly good detail in bright light
Autofocus does not always react to scene changes nor track in bright light, Strong ghosting in indoor and low-light conditions, Low levels of detail and visible chromatic noise in low light, Strong blocking artifacts in outdoor and indoor light conditions...
Announced in July 2017, the Motorola Moto Z2 Force is the top-of-the-line smartphone in Motorola's portfolio, featuring Qualcomm's high-end Snapdragon 835 chipset and a shatterproof 5.5-inch P-OLED QHD display, all nicely wrapped up in a sleek aluminum un...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-19
very high performance, shatterproof displaty, upgradeable and enhanceable thanks to Moto Mods, Android 8.0 update announced, very fast Wi-Fi speeds, bright WQHD OLED display, decent camera, remains comparatively cool, decent quality speaker, long battery...
display scratches very easily, case isn't waterproof, audio jack only via adapter, hybrid dual SIM slot, poor camera performance under low-light conditions, PWM flickering, throttling under maximum load
Bulletproof? The Motorola Moto Z2 Force high-end smartphone is the latest member of the Moto Z family and is, as expected, compatible with Moto Mods upgrades. In addition, it is equipped with ShatterShield: a display technology that is supposed to make th...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-07
Processor and RAM on par with other flagship devices, Near-stock Android 7.1.1, Shatteshield protects the display
Battery life is inconsistent, Moto Mods present big compromises, Shattershield isn't impervious to scratches, No water resistance, Neither rear camera has OIS
Motorola is back with another modular smartphone—the Moto Z2 Force—proving it's not going to be deterred by death of Project Ara (Google's experimental take on modular phones), or LG's decision to walk away from modularity in its transition from the G5 to...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-06
The Moto Z2 Force is Lenovo's 2017 flagship, cannibalizing the duo of flagships that the company released last year. That means you'll only be able to get the shatterproof version of the phone, whether or not you want to pay extra for it.Aside from only g...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-02
Solid metal unibody design, Shatterproof screen, Fast performance, Available on all U.S. carriers, Expandable storage, Growing ecosystem of Moto Mods, Stock-like Android software
No headphone jack, Small battery, Screen is very easily scratched, Lacks true water resistance, Camera is weak in low light
Last year Lenovo and Motorola introduced two flagship phones with Moto Z and Moto Z Force, but this year they've consolidated their lineup. There's no Moto Z2, and instead we only have the Z2 Force as their main 2017 flagship. The Moto Z2 Force brings bac...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-29
Gorgeous OLED 2560x1440 display, Fast and accurate fingerprint reader, Minimal, but useful Android OS tweaks, Excellent performance, Good battery life
Shatterproof Display Doesn't Feel Premium, Lack of optical image stabilization, Not waterproof, Scratches easily
Last year's release of the Moto Z family of phones introduced the world to Mods – magnetic accessory attachments that added features to the phones, like higher-quality speakers, a portable projector, or optical zoom camera. However, the US release of the...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-28
Fantastic performance, great camera quality in well-lit settings, Moto Mods are fun and easy to use, very few additions to stock Android, shatter-proof screen is as advertised, 1440p display is bright and vibrant
Short battery life, camera struggles in low light, depth-of-field effects look artificial, no water resistance, no 3.5 mm headphone port, some Moto Mods are too expensive, Prev2 of 2Next
We had a lot of fun with the Moto Z last year, if for no other reason than it tried something radically different. Motorola was seemingly able to get modularity right, creating an ultra-thin phone that could be paired with a number of magnetic back cases...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-18
CPU/RAM performance, User Experience, Easy-of-use of Moto Mods
Low light photos could be improved, Is a bit of a fingerprint magnet
The path that Motorola has taken with the Android lineup over the past couple of years has been a bit hit or miss. They have produced some great phones like the Google branded Nexus 6 while others like the Moto E lineup have been lackluster at best.But th...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-14
Motorola had one shot at the high-end market in 2017.By all accounts, Motorola hasn't exactly taken the high-end smartphone market by storm with its new Moto Z2 Force. Its lukewarm response is partly due to the fact that the competition is so good this...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-07
Last year Motorola introduced a new line to their stable of smartphones w/ the Moto Z & Moto Z Force. This created a shift by putting the Z line on top as their new top-tier device. Previously, the Moto X was their flagship device for many a year.Now we h...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-04
Phenomenal performance overall, Thin, lightweight design, Impressive battery life and recharge times, Very promising camera (though could use some software tweaks)
Desperately needs a proper glass screen, Frustratingly inconsistent video recording, Major batterysize downgrade from last year
Do smartphone shoppers like having a lot of choices? Up to a certain extent, sure, choices let us come closer to getting the phone of our dreams, and lower the risk of being stuck with some unwanted compromise. So when a company launches a device and it...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-04
Last year, the Moto Z legitimized modular phones. Plenty had tried and failed to deliver a device with swappable hardware components, but Lenovo/Motorola managed to pull it off — and sold “millions and millions” of phones in the process. In fact, the fir...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-03
There are mods
The mods are not worth it
Every once and while you run across a gadget that would be perfect if only it wasnt missing one tiny feature. That sucks, and often theres nothing you can do about it because theres no way for multi-billion dollar companies to anticipate your need for...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-03
Top-tier performance, ShatterShield works as advertised, Mostly stock Android 7.1.1, Mods offer lots of flexibility, Available for all major US carriers
Battery life could be better, ShatterShield screen is prone to scratches, Not actually water-resistant, International versions have more RAM
Last year, Motorola pulled off a stunning feat: It built the first modular smartphones worth using. The Moto Z and Z Force played nice with the company's burgeoning line of Moto Mod accessories, but they otherwise served very different purposes. The Z, wi...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-03
A screen that delivers on its shatterproof promise, Blazing fast performance, Moto's tasteful software improvements to Android
Design looks dated compared to 2017 competition, Shatterproof screen is easily scratched, Not truly water resistant, No headphone jack, Smaller battery than predecessor
Smartphones are supposed to improve every year: they should be faster, able to take better pictures, and have a battery that lasts longer. But Motorola's Moto Z2 Force is evidence that this isn't always the case. It makes some modest advancements, but the...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-03
Motorola's Moto Z2 Force couldn't have asked for a better – or tougher – test over the last week, as it became my go-to phone on back to back events. The tl:dr? It's an evolutionary follow-up to the first-gen Moto Z Force, for better and worse. Full discl...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-03
Last week, Lenovo announced the second generation of its line of Moto Z Force handsets, saying that it aims to relaunch Motorola as a major smartphone brand that will "challenge everyone, including competitors, because we see the industry as stagnant."Th...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-03
Top of the line specs, Extremely hardy and well-built, Moto Mods support, Useful enhancements to Android
Too expensive, Unimpressive and slow dual camera setup, Low speaker volume, Worse battery life than previous generation, No headphone jack, No waterproofing
The best of Motorola just isn't good enough for the rest of us.Motorola decided to forgo a sequel to its mainline Moto Z flagship in favor of a neutered successor to the Moto Z Force. And while there are some reasons to be legitimately excited about the p...
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