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AT&T has made the Android 8.0 Oreo update for the carrier's Moto Z2 Force official, while the OTA rollout also seems to finally be underway for unlocked HTC 10 versions in the US.
Priced at Rs. 34,998 by itself, the newly expanded Moto Z2 Force "shatterproof" smartphone also comes with a TurboPower MotoMod for just one extra rupee.
It comes as no surprise that the Moto Z2 Force is the company's first phone officially updated to Android 8.0 Oreo. But it's a little unexpected to see Verizon lead the way.
Regularly discounted by this retailer and that carrier, the Moto Z2 Force is quite affordable from Best Buy right now, also coming with a free Moto Mod for a very limited time.
Practically all of Motorola's smartphones are available at discounted prices for Christmas in the US, including the unlocked Moto Z2 Play and X4.
Apple is yet to hit back at Samsung for that brilliant recent iPhone X satire, but Motorola thinks it has an even better product in the Moto Z2 Play.
If you're in the market for one of Lenovo's unique Moto Mods, Verizon has many available at 50 percent off list prices just ahead of Black Friday.
Best Buy has a truly irresistible special offer for new Verizon subscribers interested in the Moto Z2 Play - $0.99 a month, or less than $24 in total.
Priced at $200, and up for pre-orders already in the US, the aptly named Polaroid Insta-Share Printer Moto Mod blends modern and retro technology.
The latest Moto Z2 Force deal brings the modular Quad HD 5.5-incher's total price down to just $456 with Verizon device payment plans.
$9.99 a month for two years is not a new all-time low price for the Verizon-locked Moto Z2 Play, but it's a solid deal nevertheless.
Originally available for an arguably excessive $750 price, the modular Moto Z2 Force goes a whopping $250 off at T-Mobile, bundled projector and all.
If a complimentary Insta-Share Projector Mod wasn't enough to seal the Moto Z2 Force deal for you, Best Buy now adds outright discounts to the equation.
The so-called "jelly scrolling" disease of the OnePlus 5 might be contagious, as the Moto Z2 Force seems to have developed the same exact symptoms.
You have but a few days to purchase the Moto Z2 Play from Verizon at $120 with monthly device payments instead of its whopping $408 MSRP.
The Moto Z2 Force is everything we expected, with good and bad things, including a powerful SoC, dual cameras and modest battery.
We're not sure if a "regular" Z2 is coming, and the X4 could still be a ways off, but the Moto Z2 Force is definitely just a couple of weeks away.
In addition to a "shatterproof" display, the impending Moto Z2 Force could stand out from its "regular" sibling with more memory and internal storage.
As always, Lenovo is likely to unveil many different things at IFA Berlin this year, including tablets, convertibles, phones and modular accessories.
It is strongly believed that the Lenovo-owned smartphone manufacturer will release the remaining model or models in its Moto Z2 series.
It's the classic good news/bad news scenario. The Moto Z2 Force is apparently headed to AT&T, as well as Verizon and T-Mobile, with no audio jack in tow.
In addition to the JBL SoundBoost 2 Moto Mod gift offered by Motorola, Best Buy lets you save $50 off the list price of the Verizon-locked Moto Z2 Play.
Officially priced at $499 unlocked, the Verizon-exclusive Moto Z2 Play is significantly cheaper through Big Red, bundled with a free new Moto Mod.