Motorola Moto Z2 Play (XT1710-09) 64GB Gold, 4GB RAM, Dual SIM, GSM Unlocked International Version, No Warranty
- 12MP primary camera and 5MP front facing camera, 13.97 centimeters (5.5") Full HD AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, Android v7.0 Nougat operating system with 2.2GHz Qualcomm SnapdragonTM 626 processor octa core processor.
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers such as AT&T and T-Mobile, but are not compatible with CDMA carriers such as Verizon and Sprint.
- Please check if your GSM cellular carrier supports the bands for this model before purchasing, LTE may not be available in all areas: 2G bands GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2, 3G bands: HSDPA 800 /850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100, LTE: 2100/1800/850/2600/900/800/2600/2300/2500.
- This device may not include a US warranty as some manufacturers do not honor warranties for international items. Please contact the seller for specific warranty information.
- Box contains: phone, USB cable, charger (may be foreign), user guide. Water repellent nano-coating
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The Motorola Moto Z2 Play Dual XT1710-10 is a good Android phone with 2.2Ghz Octa-Core processor that allows run games and heavy applications. An advantage of the Motorola Moto Z2 Play Dual XT1710-10 is the possibility of using two mobile carriers, a Dual-SIM device with two SIM card slots. Great connectivity of this device includes Bluetooth 4.2 version with A2DP, WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n + MIMO and NFC to make payments and allows connection to other devices. Including the battery, the Motorola Moto Z2 Play Dual XT1710-10 phone has 145 grams and it's a very thin device
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"We have reviewed your Proof of Purchase and have determined that your phone was purchase outside in U.S. We advise you to contact the point of sale of your phone in the country where you purchase the device.". Who knows where the point of sale is and what country. That is just plain weird that they won't warranty there own product because of where it is sold. Sounds a little shady.
I am using the phone with Cricket as my service provider. It works fine and gets LTE data service. The positive, I didn't see it in the description, but it comes with a Moto mod. It is a black "case back" I would call it that magnetically holds on where the mods go. The important feature of it is it is a battery backup. Once your phone is fully charged it starts charging the mod. If you take the mod off, there is a button on it you can press and lights indicate how much a charge it has. (It also tells on phone screen the charge progress for it as it is charging). I am not a super heavy user. Mostly check the few texts I get, look at FB and Twitter a couple times a day, and read news articles and watch a little YouTube. A charge lasts me 2.5 to 3 days. Also, when I turned phone on first time, it downloaded 3 or 4 system updates. It is also slated to get the Oreo update. So Motorola appears to be supporting this phone with security and other updates. All in all it is a great phone.
The battery life on this phone kicks anything else I've used to the curb. And it also has a fast charger so rarely ever have to worry about having this phone die. Often times a full charge will last me 1.5 - 2 days. The USB - C charger is a nice future proof feature as well.
The physical size of the phone is great. 5.5" screen is the perfect size in my opinion. The full metal body is nice. I much prefer it to the glass bodies of other brands. It is also really slim. It's thinner than any phone I've ever used. For great in my pocket.
Now, there are some caveats. For me, the is camera not of critical importance. I'm not a professional photographer or even a prosumer Instagrammer. The camera on this phone is nice. The specs and sensor or the camera aren't as good as top of the line phones, but for me and most average people, the difference doesnt justify the cost. Its hard to notice much difference from flagship cameras I've used, since I'm a casual camera user.
The processor isn't as good as flagship phones, but unless you're a huge gamer, you won't know any difference. It's fast. It is still an octa core processor. This thing is still a pocket super computer.
Overall, this phone is awesome. If you really think you need a top end camera and processor, but the z2 force. Motorola has won me over. Can't say I was expecting that to happen but I'm pleasantly surprised.
But for what I paid? WORTH IT!
+ Decent battery life giving you active use for over 18 hours on one full charge
+ Great selection of apps and the ability to run them to boot!
+ Dual SIM is an AMAZING feature, especially when you are travelling out of the country and need that simple prepaid service to tide you over!!!
+ Moto Mods....dare I say more?
- Poor response times after continued use, well... Worse than Samsung at least. And while it might be a tiny thing, having to wait on a black screen for 5 seconds before being able to load Google Maps is definitely annoying. Makes me wanna practice my Russian engineering 🔧
- flips into landscape at the slightest tilt, and occasionally freezes, causing you to have to constantly move the phone around like a confused millennial trying to read an Atlas.
So far, after months of usage, this phone has more than worked for what I paid for it. And if it weren't for those minor issues, would definitely be better worth it than a Galaxy S9
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***UPDATE*** So i believe it was in June I got this phone and as promised here is the update - Its now November 20th and the phone seems great. I did get a phone with REALLY bad like battery dead within 30 mins bad issues. That being said i spoke to amazon and they refunded me and i ordered another one after returning the problematic one. Since then i thought this phone and issues of the same nature but turns out it didn't. I love the phone despite the rocky start of the relationship. Just keep in mind that technology always has flaws and just because you get one bad item doesn't mean they're all bad.
According to Motorola it's also out of the support Zone, they import it from the Cayman Islands. Oh boy is this bad.
The extra battery pack means this phone has yet to run down completely in several weeks of constant use. I charge it whenever I'm in the car (using Android Auto - which is great), or overnight only.
The only real issue is that the device is registered as a Latin America phone, which means all the software updates are in Spanish, and are on the Latin America timeline. The main reason I went with Motorola years ago was for the stock Android and 'quick' updates, so this is mildly disappointing that I'll be stuck with 7.1 for the foreseeable future. This of course, is not mentioned anywhere on this product page. As far as I'm aware, there is no way to change this either.
Love it so far.
Only real negative is that the phone does occasionally freeze up and neess to be hard booted