Motorola plans to launch the Moto Z and Moto Z Force in China
We have understood that the latest in the line of Motorola smartphones – the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force – are already available in the United States markets for those that wish to pre-order the device but then, they gave no initial info as to when these phones would be available in their own native market of china.
However, we now have reason to believe from new reports coming out of China that these smartphones would also line up in the Chinese market sometimes in September, a correlation with the time that was made available by the company when the devices were first announced.
This report also suggests that there would be a Chinese variant of the device and these ones would run the Vibe UI based on the android 6 marshmallow platform. Given that the services of Google Play aren’t available in china yet; this variant would also come with a local app store. Currently, the Moto Z sells for an equivalent of $450 while the Moto Z Force comes at $790.
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