Lenovo has launched the Moto Z2 Force across all four major US carriers alongside the Moto website after introducing the handset last month. The device starts at $720 and goes up from there depending on where you buy from. It’s available from AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint, Moto’s online store, and even Best Buy unlocked.
Also launching today for preorder is Moto’s Gamepad Mod that works across the Moto Z line. It costs $80 and, for whatever reason, can only be purchased through Verizon. It has a D-pad, two thumb controllers, a variety of action buttons, and start/select buttons for interfacing with games. There’s also a 1085mAh battery inside that gives your phone “up to 8 of extra charge.” Sounds a little ambitious, I know.
Finally, the new Moto 360 camera Mod is also available for purchase at $299. It offers 4K video recording in 360 degrees, but I’m not sure how many people wanna shell out $300 for that.
We’re hoping to get our hands on the Z2 Force and the new Mods soon so stay tuned for our review!