Moto Z2 Play Review: Still Modular, Less Powerful

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The predecessor to the Moto Z2 Play, the original modular Z mid-range phone, had a small but devoted cult following.

At around $650, it was significantly less expensive than the flagship Moto Z and in many ways, offered a more unique value proposition. Like its high-end sibling, it brought along the advent of Moto Mods – rear-attaching accessories ranging from external speakers to a camera mod for improved zoom – while also providing a surprising amount of battery life.

It was also more durable than the hyper-thin Moto Z, and the stellar Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 mid-range processor wasn’t much of a compromise for those with lesser processing needs. It wasn’t flawless – for one thing, the camera left something to be desired – but at that price point, it didn’t have to be.

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