Lenovo unveils Moto Z at Rs. 39,999, Moto Z Play at Rs. 24,999 in Indian market
The models will be available online in Amazon India and Flipkart at 11:59pm from October 17 onward in India, said Lenovo.
Lenovo's Moto Z and Moto Z Play are the latest entrants to India's booming smartphone market. Lenovo announced the launch of the models on Tuesday and accompanied by its Moto Mods.
The premium category Moto Z is priced at Rs. 39,999, while the Moto Z Play at Rs. 24,999. The models will be available online in Amazon India and Flipkart at 11:59 pm from October 17 onwards in India, said Lenovo.
Here is a video of the gadget Moto Z Play launched by Lenovo:
Moto Z's have a more affordable sibling, having a a Snapdragon processor, and interesting features, including full support for all Moto Mods, said experts, who viewed the product recently at the IFA 2016 in Berlin.
The company has also unveiled the Moto Mods that will link the gadget to the rear of the smartphones through a 16-dot connector interface.
Lenono said for single pieces, all the gadgets are priced as follows: JBL Soundboost is priced at Rs. 6,999, the Moto Insta-Share Projector at Rs. 19,999, Hasselblad True Zoom at Rs. 19,999, Incipio offGRID Power Pack at Rs. 5,999, Wood and Ballistic Nylong Motorola Style Shell at Rs. 1,099 and Leather Style Shell will now cost only Rs. 1,599.
However, Lenono gives a small discount for Moto Mods if you buy them along with smartphones. The new prices of gadgets are: JBL Soundboost Rs. 5,999, the Moto Insta-Share Projector Rs. 15,999, Hasselblad True Zoom Rs. 14,999, Incipio offGRID Power Pack Rs. 4,999, Wood and Ballistic Nylong Motorola Style Shell Rs. 899, and Leather Style Shell Rs. 1,299.
Both models will be operating on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, and are released in dual-SIM (Nano-SIM) varieties in the country.
The Moto Z is available in the market in a cute Black with Lunar Grey trim, while the other model is coming in White with a fine Gold trim colour model.
Both models are protected with a water-resistant nano-coating, backed by a fingerprint sensor on its home button.