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Specs of Lenovo Moto Z2

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelMoto Z
DateAug 2016
Processor
Processor frequency1.8 GHz
Processor familyQualcomm Snapdragon
Processor model820
Processor cores4
Display
Display diagonal14 cm (5.5")
Display resolution2560 x 1440 pixels
Touchscreen
Orientation sensor
Screen shapeFlat
Display typeAMOLED
Touch technologyMulti-touch
Touchscreen typeCapacitive
Pixel density535 ppi
Second display
Ports & interfaces
USB port
USB connector typeUSB Type-C
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Weight & dimensions
Weight136 g
Width75.3 mm
Depth5.19 mm
Height153.3 mm
Networking
SIM card capabilitySingle SIM
3G
4G
Wi-Fi
SIM card typeNanoSIM
2G standardsEDGE, GPRS, GSM
3G standardsHSPA+,UMTS
4G standardLTE
Bluetooth
Wi-Fi standardsIEEE 802.11a,IEEE 802.11ac,IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n
Bluetooth version4.1 LE
2G bands (primary SIM)850,900,1800,1900 MHz
3G bands supported850,900,1700,1900,2100 MHz
Tethering (modem-mode)
Near Field Communication (NFC)
Storage
RAM capacity4 GB
Internal storage capacity32 GB
Compatible memory cardsMicroSD (TransFlash)
Maximum memory card size2000 GB
USB mass storage
Navigation
Position location
Assisted GPS (A-GPS)
Wi-Fi positioning
Software
Operating system installedAndroid
Operating system version6.0.1
Camera
Rear camera typeSingle camera
Rear camera flash
Auto focus
Rear camera resolution (numeric)13 MP
Front camera typeSingle camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)5 MP
Zoom capability
Digital zoom8x
Face detection
Video recording
Video recording modes720p,1080p,2160p
Maximum frame rate60 fps
Resolution at capture speed1920x1080@60fps,2560x1440@30fps
Video stabilizer
Image stabilizer
Flash typeLED
Geotagging
Self-timer
Night mode
Battery
Battery capacity2600 mAh
Design
Form factorBar
Colour of productGold, White
Protection featuresWater resistant
Fingerprint reader
Subscription
Subscription typeNo subscription

Reviews of Lenovo Moto Z2

techent.tv
Reviewed on 2017-05-26
MotoMods, Vanilla Android, 5.5 inch quad HD AMOLED, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC, Thinnest Phone in market, Premium Aluminium Finish, USB Type-C Fast Charge (Turbopower), 13-Megapixel camera
No multi function fingerprint sensor, Dreadful battery life (2,600mAh), Looks incomplete without MotoMods, No 3.5mm jack, 5-Megapixel front camera, Non-removable battery, Poor heat management
Be the first to leave a review.Write your reviewMotorola is the name that might come to your father's head when you start mentioning mobile phones. Rightly so since they were the first manufacturer to create this new phenomenon called the cell phone or mo...
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chip.com.my
Reviewed on 2017-03-21
Performance, Moto Mods
None
What is a modular device? A modular device is one which is made from different components that can be independently upgraded or replaced in a modular design. This allows for easy upgrade of components, lower repair costs, and allows additional features to...
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techent.tv
Reviewed on 2017-02-13
The Motorola name is finally back. Well, not exactly the whole Motorola name, more like the brand is back in Malaysia. After years of hiatus and anticipation, the now Lenovo owned manufacturer is in the Malaysian smartphone market with the modular Moto Z...
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soyacincau.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-09
I'd be lying if I said I didn't buy into Moto 's idea of a “modular” smartphone. It was just so simple and elegant that you can't help but think: “Why didn't LG think of this?” But I made those assumptions based on what I saw at the launch.What about in r...
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liveatpc.com
Reviewed on 2017-01-17
Motorola's Android offerings used to be synonymous with bang-for-buck devices, offering a smooth Android experience without the exorbitant price tag. There was also the signature back dimple which housed the “M” – an intuitive place for users to place the...
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thestar.com.my
Reviewed on 2017-01-16
Very thin, compact body, Moto Mods are fun and useful additions, good performance
Fingerprint sensor does not double as a Home button, Moto mods are not cheap
Add new features, including a projector, to the Moto Z smartphone with the Moto Mods.Thanks to miniaturisation and the relentless march of technology, ­companies have been introducing smartphones that can accept add-ons for additional featuresHowever, thi...
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lowyat.net
Reviewed on 2016-12-23
A modular smartphone really is the dream. Although Google's ambitious Project Ara has been shelved, the concept – well, parts of it – lives on in other smartphones. Earlier this year, LG gave us its take on a modular smartphone with the LG G5, and sever...
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stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2016-08-23
Excellent QHD screen, Plenty of power, Moto Mods work like magic
Awkward design elements, Sluggish camera
Lenovo has done more than shake up the name for 2016's top-spec Moto.Last year's Moto X was a flagship phone that didn't put a massive hole in your wallet, but its replacement has an all-new purpose.The Z is the first Moto to go modular.That means snappin...
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businessinsider.my
Reviewed on 2016-08-02
Last month, I reviewed a smart pillow . Apart from being comfortable, it tracked my restlessness during the night, measured my snoring, woke me with its silent alarm, even played music through its built-in speakers. It was cool and different, and I had fu...
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topnewreview.com
Reviewed on 2018-04-02
THROWING ITS HAT into the modular smartphone market that the LG G5 made famous earlier this year, Motorola has launched the Motorola Moto Z — a premium option that may make the best case yet for why we need this particular smartphone subset.At just...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2017-12-04
High-quality build, Cool LED lights, Solid compatibility for most newer FPS and racing games
Bottom Line, The Moto Gamepad turns your Moto Z phone into a handheld gaming console with useful physical controls for compatible FPS and racing games
Who needs a dedicated console? Snapping your Moto Z into the $79.99 Moto Gamepad acessory transforms the phone into a handheld gaming device with useful physical controls and cool LED lighting. Casual users are probably served just fine by their touch scr...
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musicphotolife.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-15
LG started the modular smartphone system with the G5, and has conceded defeat in less than a year of disappointing sales. Now, Lenovo who bought over Motorola Mobility has offered an alternative approach to the modular smartphone experience. It is no dou...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-23
Slim design, Useful removable backs, Excellent performance, No bloatware, Google Daydream-compatible
Camera isn't the best, No headphone jack
The unlocked Motorola Moto Z might look familiar. The $699.99 phone is physically identical to the Verizon-exclusive Moto Z Droid, but it comes free of preloaded carrier bloatware and works on GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile. It also offers the same p...
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t3me.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-06
Fast performance, Moto Mods provide a decent feature set and functionality
Could have benefitted from a bigger home button, No 3.5 mm headphone jack
Modular smartphones like the LG G5 offered the option to add more functionality to add more features by introducing new hardware. But its swappable components didn't really go well with users, even if it was a good smartphone.Enter the Moto Z that launche...
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neowin.net
Reviewed on 2016-10-29
The Moto Z is a handset that will most likely be looked over by many and for good reason. In the US, the handset was exclusive to Verizon for several months and has only recently become available for purchase as an unlocked device to be used on a GSM carr...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-19
“With a lower megapixel count and a better sensor, the Z follows the footsteps of other flagships in the camera department”Unlike most brands that play on specifications, Motorola hasn't shied away from innovating when it comes to its flagships. The Moto...
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recombu.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-08
Excellent display, Thin & lightweight, Good battery life, Premium design
Requires adapter for wired headphones, Camera could be better, Fingerprint magnet
Moto Z review: The US might have had a considerable head start, but that doesn't make the European arrival of the Moto Z any less exciting. Here's our full review.Apple whipped the tech world up into a storm by ditching the headphone jack on the iPhone 7...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2016-10-01
thin, light chassis with good build quality, expandable by Moto Mods, no unnecessary software, fast USB Type-C port, microSD-card can be formatted as internal storage, very fast AC WLAN, good phone features, precise touchscreen, high-resolution display,...
picture quality of the main camera reveals weaknesses, no Miracast support, display with PWM flickering, no headset included, battery integrated, no 3.5 mm headphone jack
Moto-mania. Lenovo's new flagship Moto Z does not only feature high-end technology, but also wants to attract customers with the modular expandability as well as the extremely thin chassis design. Does the concept work in practice or are there even any dr...
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hw4all.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-23
memory Expansion, High Contrast Display, High system performance, Expansion through modules, High quality workmanship, Excellent front camera, Almost pure Android, Convincing fingerprint sensor,
Non-removable battery, No audio jacks, Display with a bluish tint, The low capacity of the battery, short battery life
The market is unlikely to be found so similar, but at the same time so different smartphones: the LG combination display QHD, Snapdragon 820 and expandability through modules have not impressed, but Moto Z similar concept can be called a success already...
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wired.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-09
Modularity could open up a whole new world for smartphones. This phone is stupid thin. It's fast, the camera's good, it does all the things a good phone should
No headphone jack. This phone is like a photo frame for your fingerprints. The fingerprint reader makes no sense
Batman was always my favorite superhero. Superman had it way too easy—rooting for him is like rooting for the Warriors to beat a bunch of fourth-graders. Spiderman, the whole Fantastic Four, all those guys were just science experiments gone horribly right...
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