The device is already up for pre-order through all mobile carriers in US such as Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular and can also be purchased from Motorola directly.
The Moto Z2 Force is priced at $799 (roughly Rs 51,500) in the United States and will go on sale from August 10. The device is a successor to the last year's Moto Z Force smartphone. This makes the phone 80 per cent stronger than the variant from earlier-generation of the device. Key specifications of the Moto Z2 Force include the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, up to 6GB of RAM, and Gigabit LTE connectivity.
With the Moto Z2 Force, Motorola has introduced one more Moto Mod - the 360-degree Camera Mod. However, there is no optical image stabilisation (OIS) but you do get a dual LED flash. Both these cameras feature Sony IMX386 sensors with 1.25-micron pixels, and an f/2.0 aperture.
There's 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage that comes with microSD card expansion supporting cards of up to 2 TB.
The phone offers support for all sorts of Moto Mods. The Moto Z2 Force measures 155.8x76x 6.1mm, and weighs 143 grams.
Motorola is promising a top-end smartphone in the form of the Moto Z2 Force Edition.
This also means that nearly all the features of the 360 Camera Moto Mod will work on any of the compatible Moto Z phones. In the front, you have a 5MP with f2.2. It looks exactly like a periscope.
With the two 13MP cameras, you will be able to capture 360-degree 4K video at 24 frames per second. This nifty camera accessory will offer the ability to live stream to social media channels, according to Motorola.
Just like last year's Moto Z Force and Moto Z, the Z2 Force comes with a high-res 5.5-inch QuadHD display.
Looking at the specs exclusively, the Moto Z2 Force appears not any more special than other phones in the same price range - it costs around $720 - but it has three unique selling points: its shatter and crack-proof screen, its 12-megapixel dual cameras with phase detection and laser autofocus, and most importantly, Moto Mods.