Motorola has just-announced Moto Z2 Force Edition and along with it, the company has also launched its much awaited 360-Degree Camera Moto Mod to be available from August 10th which was announced at an event in Ghana earlier this month.
The Lenovo-owned company once faced a huge drawback in the market but gathered itself and now it is manufacturing many smartphones capable of giving competition to existing high-end as well as mid-ranged devices. The device is priced at $299.99 but the pricing in the U.K. is still not confirmed.
You will be able to quickly and easily swap the Moto 360 Camera on and off your device like other mods earlier. It features two camera lenses. The actual camera attachment is on top of a plastic back plate, which attaches to a Moto Z phone just like other Moto Mod. The JBL SoundBoost speaker, for instance, attaches to the rear of the Moto Z via a 16-pin connector.
It comes with two 13-megapixel sensors which are capable of capturing 150-degree wide-angle shots one at a time and are placed on both sides in order to capture images of its surroundings. As per the Motorola, full 360-degree spherical panoramic shots with the ability to shoot 360-degree 4K video at 24 fps as well as the live stream can be done with the Moto Mod. Although that feature will come in a software update sometime after the Mod launches. The Moto 360 Camera will be compatible with the entire Moto Z family of smartphones which also includes the newly launched Z2 Force Edition.