Lenovo and Google seem to be showing off the fact that they’re pretty tight partners these days. The PHAB2 Pro is doing the Tango, the Moto Z supposedly shines strong as another prime line of Android phones and a new evolution of Chromebooks is on the way.

Apparently, the two are friendly enough to share pictures together.

We had an early look at a feature in a recent Google Photos APK that allowed Nexus owners to back their pictures and movies up to the service at original quality for free. Now, both product pages for the Moto Z Droid Edition and Moto Z Force Droid Edition are touting the same perk, going on for two years. The offer must be activated by March 31, 2017 and the two-year period begins with your first backup.

This means that you can save on even the light processing that Google Photos does to the 4K videos you shoot as well as the 13-megapixel snaps from your Moto Z. Even better, you keep the full resolution of those 21-megapixel shots from your Moto Z Force.

All that, though, is only if you buy the phones in the first place. You think free and full-blown Google Photos backups will draw you in?

Source: Motorola (1, 2)
Via: Android Police

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