First Sprint smartphone to deliver gigabit LTE speed
Motorola Moto Z2 Force Edition preorder at Sprint : Motorola announced the upcoming availability of Moto Z2 Force Edition, the first Android-based smartphone expected to deliver gigabit-class LTE speeds while on the Sprint 4G LTE network. The capability to achieve gigabit-class LTE speeds will be added to this premium mobile device through a maintenance release at a later date. Gigabit speeds are projected to be fast enough to download a movie in less than a minute. Preordering the Motorola Z2 Force Edition is the best way to secure the smart device at launch. The Motorola Z2 Edition will be available on August 10. Sprint offers two color options - Super Black and Fine Gold. For a limited time, when you preorder Moto Z2, get the Moto Mod Insta-Share Projector for free.
Motorola Moto Z2 Force Edition
The new Moto Z2 Force Edition is Motorola’s most advanced smartphone ever. The premium handset has a sleek, full metal design and a screen that’s guaranteed not to crack or shatter. With Motorola Moto Mods you can add powerful stereo speakers, a 360° camera, a mini-projector, and 100 percent more battery life - in just a click.
The Sprint smartphone features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 platform with an integrated Snapdragon X16 LTE modem supporting gigabit-class LTE. Just a few months ago, Motorola and Sprint demonstrated the first U.S. deployment of gigabit-class LTE live on a commercial network.
Sprint Flex lease for mobile devices
Sprint is offering the new Motorola phone for $0 down and $33 per month with 18 Sprint Flex lease payments ($792 SRP). For a limited time, lease Moto Z2 and get another Moto Z2 lease on us. That’s right, this is the best deal you can get, get two identical phones with Sprint Flex Lease.
With Sprint Flex Lease, customers can lease any phone and have the option to upgrade or purchase later. Unlike other carriers, which require the customer to decide to buy up front, Sprint lets customers make the final decision later, so they don’t get stuck with their old phone.
Sprint Flex allows customers to enjoy their phone before deciding what option (upgrade, continue leasing, return or own) works best for their lifestyle. Customers can still choose to buy the phone outright at point of sale.
Premium Sprint smartphone
"We are excited to bring Motorola’s flagship smartphone into the Sprint product portfolio," said Ryan Sullivan, vice president of Product Development, Sprint. "This premium device is extra special for us because it will enable the gigabit-class LTE speeds we look forward to bringing to our customers soon. With these speeds, our customers will be able to download movies and share large files faster than ever.
In addition, Moto Z2 is Sprint’s latest HPUE-enabled (High Performance User Equipment) smart device. HPUE makes the Sprint network experience even better with increased coverage, more capacity and faster speeds on capable devices.
HPUE smartphones are designed to give customers a better overall experience with streaming videos, mobile gaming and other online apps and services. HPUE can extend Sprint’s 2.5GHz coverage by up to 30 percent to nearly match its mid-band 1.9GHz spectrum performance, including indoors where the majority of wireless traffic is generated.