Moto Announces Mophie Battery And Incipio Car Dock Mods

Posted: Dec 2 2016, 11:19am CST | by , in Technology News


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Moto Announces Mophie Battery And Incipio Car Dock Mods

If you are in the market for a modular phone, then Motorola Moto Z is the right smartphone for you, with its premium specs and solid design, it is the best of both of worlds. So talking about the Moto mods, they are very limited for now but Motorola is working on changing that by releasing two more Moto mods for the Motorola Moto Z.

Moto has announced two new Moto Mods for its Z series of smartphones which are, a Mophie Juice Pack battery and a car dock by Incipio. The Mophie is the largest battery pack with 3,000mah capacity that is available as a Moto mod which is going to cost you around $79.99.

Motorola claims that it provides 60 percent more battery life than a phone without this mod. It has USB Type C port for the charging and also has a status indicator light. Incipio’s is a car dock which enables you to easily mount a Moto Z smartphone in a car, also provide charge option, and connect it to the car’s audio system via a 3.5mm output.

The dock fits onto the car’s air conditioning vent and can mount the phone horizontally or vertically through magnets. When the phone is docked, Android Auto is launched automatically to provide a safer interface to interact with while driving. Moto Mods will be readily available in the near future soon while the Mophie battery Mod can be ordered from Verizon right away.

The company also said that they are planning to release more mods in the upcoming year 2017.


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