Motorola plays up its Moto Mods

If you think your smartphone doesn’t always live up to your expectations as a camera, stereo speaker or handheld gaming device, Motorola knows exactly what you need.

Moto Z2 Play, the thinner and lighter version of its first release from last year, has continued to wow the smartphone market with its all-metal uni-body design and durability that can stand up to everyday wear and tear.


  • A razor sharp 5.5” Full HD Super AMOLED display
  • Water repellent coating means rain, splashes or spills won’t get in your way

Battery life (with one single charge) even lasts nearly 30 hours when fully charged. With a new TurboPower mod that can get your phone return to an 8-hours of battery life in just 15 minutes.

The camera on Moto Z2 Play was also modified to help you capture brighter and sharper photos. It also works well in low light. It is Motorola’s first camera that combines laser auto-focus and dual auto-focus pixels.

With new Mods, such as JBL SoundBoost 2 and the Gamepad, Z2 Play offers much improved features unmatched by no others in the smartphone market today.

Slimmer, more efficient updates with more powerful Mods
Slimmer, more efficient updates with more powerful Mods

The Gamepad will enhance your experience in mobile gaming as you can convert your smartphone into a Nintendo Gameboy-like device.

The new JBL speaker also offers bigger sound than ever. Perfect stereo sound in an open setting such as in your backyard or on a terrace.

These three mods will sure make you stand out in this over-saturated smartphone market.

Moto Z2 Play is now available at Bell Mobility, Bell MTS, Freedom Mobile and SaskTel for around $800, which includes JBL SoundBoost 2 (valued at $115)

Moto TurboPower Pack and Moto GamePad will be unveiled later in the summer.