Marstak Smart Flip Cover Pops Up; First Moto Mod In 2017?


Motorola's first Moto Mod in 2017 could be the Marstak Smart Flip cover, at least based on today's information. The Marstak Smart Flip cover just surfaced in a couple of images, and as you can see in the gallery down below, this is a flip cover which comes with a number of (credit) card pockets, and it gets attached to the back of the Moto Z, Moto Z Force or Moto Z Play via magnetic pins, of course.

Now, do keep in mind that this flip cover was not officially announced by Motorola, but according to the source, it is actually available in the Philippines for the Moto Z devices, and it's a freebie, believe it or not. Now, some of you probably remember that the company said last year that they plan to introduce at least 12 new Moto Mods in 2017, and the Marstak Smart Flip cover could be the first one, or at least amongst the first ones. We're still waiting for Motorola to release some official info regarding this flip cover, if the info provided by the source is legit, of course. This flip cover is, arguably, less interesting (based on the info we have at the moment) than something like the Hasselblad True Zoom Camera Moto Mod, or the Moto Insta-Share Projector, but it will definitely appeal to some people should Motorola opt to officially introduce it and offer it to consumers all over the world.

For those of you who don't know, Moto Mod accessories are actually unique accessories that attach on the Moto Z devices. Each of the Moto Z devices has a set of POGO pins on its back, and that's where these accessories snap on, using magnets. Motorola had introduced a number of really interesting Moto Mods thus far, like the ones we've mentioned in the last paragraph, but it will be interesting to see what else are we going to get this year, as there are tons of possibilities here. In any case, stay tuned for additional info regarding the Marstak Smart Flip cover, and any other possible Moto Mods, as we'll do our best to keep you in the loop, as per usual.


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