Having said that, the Livermorium Slider Keyboard Moto Mod is priced at $99 (around ₹6304) and will be available for purchase later this winter, whereas, the Lenovo Vital Moto Mod is priced at $395 (around ₹25,150) and will be available in April. At the ongoing CES 2018, Lenovo-backed Motorola added two new mods to its lineup for the Moto Z smartphones. In India, the company recently launched three new Moto Mods - audio enhancing JBL SoundBoost 2 Mod, GamePad Mod and the TurboPower Pack Mod.
Moto mods for Motorola Z series has been a successful game.
Moto, the sub-brand of Lenovo, is putting all its efforts in expanding its Moto Mods portfolio.
Motorola's New Moto Mods Can Measure Your Body Stats and Offer a Full-Sized Keyboard
The other Moto Mod that was announced today is a slight bit more expensive, but is for those of you who need to keep track of your health. It can measure five key vital signs, including heart rate, respiratory rate, pulse oximetry, core body temperature, and even your systolic and diastolic blood pressure straight from your finger. The slider keyboard mod doesn't just allow you to attach a keyboard that slides out from the bottom of the phone, but it also tilts the phone so that the screen is situated at a 60-degree angle making it easier and more comfortable to see what you're typing on screen. You have until February 6th to submit your idea, and a select few will receive a Moto Z plus a Moto Mod development kit before working with Indiegogo to get funding for your creation. On an ending note, Motorola has kept us excited with its Moto Mods and seems like the only hope for the modular phone's feature.
The blood pressure unit comes armed with a proprietary finger cuff in which one needs to slip their fingers. The Slider Keyboard attaches to the rear of Moto Z devices and has a full QWERTY keyboard. The app is now available in markets where the Moto Z and its kin are available.
LeBron James and Diddy join criticism of H&M over 'racist' sweatshirt ad
Diddy also posted an image to his Instagram account where the child's hoodie instead reads: "coolest king in the world". We are deeply sorry that the picture was taken, and we also regret the actual print.