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Lenovo Moto Z Price in Hong Kong

The Lenovo Moto Z features a 1440 x 2560pixels display with 535ppi and weighs 136g. This device also comes with a 13MP rear camera & a 5MP front camera, as well as a 2600mAh battery capacity.
Cheapest at Zapals
HK$ 2,942.00
HK$ 2,437.00

Compare Prices of Lenovo Moto Z

Best price for Lenovo Moto Z in Hong Kong is HK$ 2,437.00

You can buy the Lenovo Moto Z at the lowest price of HK$ 2,437.00 from Zapals. Alternatively, the Lenovo Moto Z is also sold in Indonesia at Bukalapak with the price of HK$ 1,499.00 and Malaysia at Zapals with the price of HK$ 2,418.00 and Philippines at Zapals with the price of HK$ 2,436.00 and Singapore at Zapals with the price of HK$ 3,241.00. Pricing details were last updated at 19 May 2018, 00:57.

Price List by Country for Lenovo Moto Z

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 2,437.00 HKD 2,437.00
Indonesia IDR 2.700.000 HKD 1,499.00
Malaysia MYR 1,218.50 HKD 2,418.00
Philippines PHP 16,229.00 HKD 2,436.00
Singapore SGD 554.20 HKD 3,241.00

Specs of Lenovo Moto Z

Display
Screen Size 5.5"
Display Resolution 1440 x 2560pixels
Pixel Density 535ppi
Scratch Resistant
Water Resistant
Camera
Rear Camera Resolution 13MP
Dual camera
Front Camera Resolution 5MP
Battery
Battery Capacity 2600mAh
Platform
Processor Quad Core
Operating System Android
Design
Weight 136g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 153.3 x 75.3 x 5.2mm
Body Material Aluminium
Memory
Expandable Memory
Card Slot
Launch
Release Year 2016
Features
LED Notification Light
FM Radio
3D Touch
Iris Scanner
Fingerprint Scanner
Heart Rate Sensor
Face Recognition
Waterproof
Virtual Reality Capable
Connection
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
NFC
USB Connectors Type-C
Networking
Dual SIM
SIM Card Nano-SIM

Reviews of Lenovo Moto Z

topnewreview.com
Reviewed on 2018-04-02
THROWING ITS HAT into the modular smartphone market that the LG G5 made famous earlier this year, Motorola has launched the Motorola Moto Z — a premium option that may make the best case yet for why we need this particular smartphone subset.At just...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2017-12-04
Who needs a dedicated console? Snapping your Moto Z into the $79.99 Moto Gamepad acessory transforms the phone into a handheld gaming device with useful physical controls and cool LED lighting. Casual users are probably served just fine by their touch scr...
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musicphotolife.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-15
LG started the modular smartphone system with the G5, and has conceded defeat in less than a year of disappointing sales. Now, Lenovo who bought over Motorola Mobility has offered an alternative approach to the modular smartphone experience. It is no dou...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-23
The unlocked Motorola Moto Z might look familiar. The $699.99 phone is physically identical to the Verizon-exclusive Moto Z Droid, but it comes free of preloaded carrier bloatware and works on GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile. It also offers the same p...
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t3me.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-06
Modular smartphones like the LG G5 offered the option to add more functionality to add more features by introducing new hardware. But its swappable components didn't really go well with users, even if it was a good smartphone.Enter the Moto Z that launche...
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neowin.net
Reviewed on 2016-10-29
The Moto Z is a handset that will most likely be looked over by many and for good reason. In the US, the handset was exclusive to Verizon for several months and has only recently become available for purchase as an unlocked device to be used on a GSM carr...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-26
It all started with Phonebloks, a concept ahead of its time, which suggested that upgrading a smartphone should be as easy as swapping its components. The outlandish idea found a backer in the form of Motorola (owned by Google at the time), when it kickst...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-19
“With a lower megapixel count and a better sensor, the Z follows the footsteps of other flagships in the camera department”Unlike most brands that play on specifications, Motorola hasn't shied away from innovating when it comes to its flagships. The Moto...
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recombu.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-08
Moto Z review: The US might have had a considerable head start, but that doesn't make the European arrival of the Moto Z any less exciting. Here's our full review.Apple whipped the tech world up into a storm by ditching the headphone jack on the iPhone 7...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2016-10-01
Moto-mania. Lenovo's new flagship Moto Z does not only feature high-end technology, but also wants to attract customers with the modular expandability as well as the extremely thin chassis design. Does the concept work in practice or are there even any dr...
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hw4all.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-23
The market is unlikely to be found so similar, but at the same time so different smartphones: the LG combination display QHD, Snapdragon 820 and expandability through modules have not impressed, but Moto Z similar concept can be called a success already...
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wired.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-09
Batman was always my favorite superhero. Superman had it way too easy—rooting for him is like rooting for the Warriors to beat a bunch of fourth-graders. Spiderman, the whole Fantastic Four, all those guys were just science experiments gone horribly right...
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androidauthority.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-24
When it comes to flagship smartphones, consumers certainly don't suffer from a lack of choice, but on the flip side, with so many great options available, it is quite difficult to select which device is best suited for you. In today's comparison, we pit t...
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gottabemobile.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-17
With the Moto Z from Lenovo buyers will get a premium Android smartphone with a big screen, plenty to offer and great performance, but at a compromise. The days of a $400 Moto X with dozens of colors and custom designs to choose from are long gone. Now we...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-04
The relationship between Motorola and Verizon dates back to 2009 and the original Motorola Droid smartphone. Since then, the two companies have paired up for a number of Droid branded phones that are either only available from Verizon initially or are sli...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-31
For years, Motorola put out a flagship phone called the X, and for years it won positive reviews, thanks to its customizable design, clean software build and generally good value. This year, there's no X. Instead, we have two new Moto phones, the Z and Z...
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talkandroid.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-26
The Moto Z and Moto Z Force are Lenovo's first crack at the high-end smartphone market since acquiring Motorola, and they'll likely be a make-or-break phone for Lenovo's chance at being a big player in the premium U.S. market.Both phones are touted as ext...
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androidpolice.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-26
Motorola is trying something new—it's like a whole new company with new owners, new phones, and a new approach to making money on said phones. The Moto Z and Z Force (currently only available as Verizon exclusives) are "modular" phones with a series of sn...
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Pocketnow.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-25
We're aiming to knock out two birds with one stone in this review as these two phones are more alike than they are different. A small handful of hardware options separate the two, but otherwise we get a pretty clear idea of where the manufacturer wants to...
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androidauthority.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-22
Moto is back with another iteration of their flagship line, moving from X, jumping Y, and going straight to Z. With a couple of tricks up its sleeve and parent company Lenovo plainly strewn on its box, is this the next innovation in smartphones? Let's fin...
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fast charging?
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fast charging?
Is the cable that comes with it fast charging?
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