Motorola has always been known for its enormous creations in smartphones and tablets segment. The company now seemed to focus more on a new gen technology named Tango. Its father company Lenovo has already unveiled Phab 2 Pro smartphone which sees Tango augmented technology out of the box. Now the company seems to extend this advancement of functionality in its upcoming ranges.
According to Gadget 360, at a recent press briefing in Chicago, Aymar de Lencquesaing, Chairman and President - Motorola, and SVP, Lenovo Mobile Business, confirmed that the Moto Z may soon receive Tango Mod functionality. Lencquesaing added that the company is also putting up efforts to bring a dedicated Tango module to enable all the Moto Z lineups with Tango functionality soon.
Although, he didn't stress any information about when this module will be released or how much will it cost. However, the currently existing Moto Mods usually cost around $99 to $299. From this price range, it can be assumed that Tango Mod will also evolve within this range only.
As per a report by The Verge, Lenovo's latest Phab 2 Pro is the first smartphone to powerhouse Tango augmented technology. However, as for a normal smartphone, it is bigger in size, much closer to a full-fledged Tablet. It is actually a 6.4-inch phablet.
In comparison to Phab 2 Pro, Moto Z is lighter and smaller with a 5.5-inch surface. Therefore, a Tango mod for the Moto Z lineups would provide a much more practical phone to use and allow users to add or remove the Tango functionality as per their convenience.
However, Lenovo alongside its mobile development associate Motorola has already stretched upon bringing more modules, named as Moto Mods to enhance the usability of its huge smartphone lineups. These Mods will be modified for both of its existing and upcoming flagships.