Motorola's flagship smartphone has been available for pre-order in the US since late last month and it looks like the sale has finally begun. All Big Four carriers in the United States are selling the Moto Z2 Force smartphone, with a starting price of $720 and up to $810, depending on the carrier. The unlocked variant is not yet ready and carriers are also offering the Moto 360 Camera Mod, which costs $300.
Aside from the launch, a Moto Z2 Force variant carrying a model number of XT1789-05 with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage has cleared Chinese certification agency TENAA. It is said that this model is the international variant, but specifications are pretty much the same, except for the network type support.