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Moto Mod prices have been announced and they’re not cheap

Last week, Lenovo, finally took the wrapper off its brand new Moto Z and Moto Z Force smartphones, which are the first to boast modular add-ons in the shape of Moto Mods.

But the company neglected to provide any pricing details for the modular add-ons, which snap to the back of the new phones using magnets.

Now we’ve got official pricing for the modules, and they’re not exactly cheap.

PRE-ORDER NOW: Moto Mods for the Moto Z at mobilefun.co.uk
PRE-ORDER NOW: Moto Mods for the Moto Z Force at mobilefun.co.uk

Moto Z

The Instashare attachable projector, which turns your Moto Z smartphone into a 70-inch display, is going for the hefty sum of £229.99. Ouch.

Things are more reasonable when it comes to the other add-ons, however.

The JBL SoundBoost Moto Mod Speaker Case will run you £60, while the Tumi PowerPack Moto Mod Power Case is going for £70.

And finally, the wireless version of the charging PowerPack will cost you £80.

All the mods are available for pre-order now at mobilefun.co.uk (click the links above to pre-order) and stock is expected in September.

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