Aug 6th, 2017 publishUpdated   Aug 9th, 2017, 3:36 pm

We’ve had the newly-announced Moto Z2 Force in our hands for a little while, we wanted to give everyone a look at one of the more intriguing features of the device. We’ve already unboxed this bad boy and shared our initial thoughts on the battery for the device. Now, we’re going to get into the fun stuff.

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This device marks the first Motorola flagship equipped with dual-rear cameras, with the first 12MP sensor providing the color shots, and the second 12MP sensor offering monochrome black and white images. Motorola is hoping that the Z2 Force can keep up with the likes of the iPhone 7 Plus, LG G6, and others, so we’re putting it to the test.

While you won’t get super wide-angle shots like you can on the LG G6, the Moto Z2 Force has a few tricks up its own sleeve. First and foremost, there’s a new Depth Effect mode which essentially adds some bokeh effects to your pictures, by blurring the background around your subject. The “True B&W” mode makes use of just the second 12MP sensor and allows you to shoot any image that you want in black & white, without having to mess with filters.

Check out these images below, and let us know what you think about the camera on the Moto Z2 Force!

Here are some side-by-side shots showing off the same picture using the standard sensor, and another using the secondary Black & White mode:

 

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