Top 5 MoTo Z Features & Specs - ALLBLOGTIPS

Now a days flagship devices-the moto Z and moto Z Force -I was only milady interested. thats not because I dont like the idea of modular phones,but i had been burned by the middling LG G5 ,first device to try to seriously try to make modularity a thing.As cool as it sounded on paper,the implementation was sloppy,and far from seamless.only techies would really get something out of it, and even then changing the few modules available was an awkward process.but after being able to get some hands on time with the moto Z and moto Z FORCE. if they the few modules available was an awkward process.

But after being able to get some hands on time with the moto z and moto z force .if they hold up over time yhey could be the prototype of modularitiy for the masses.

Moto z has fairly standard flagship specs :

.snaodragon 820 cpu,aderno 530 gpu
.4GB of RAM
.32GB/64GB of storage expandable via micro SD
.5.5 INCH qhd amoled SCREEN
.water-repellent coating
.fingerprint reader
.Always on mic via moto voice
.13 MP F1.8 Camera with OIS phase detection and assisted autofocus
.2,600 MAH battery

.quick charge 

But there are some differnces. the moto z force bumps up the camera to 21 mp and deep - trench isolation for improved light capture.the battery is boosted to a hefty 3,500 mah and the screen gets upgraded to motorolas seriously impressive shatterproof technology your compromise is a few millimeters of thickness.

Lets get the worst thing out of the way;this phone doesnt have a headphone jack and that will be annoying.motorola doesnt have quite the clout to shift the industry towards wireless and USB-C headphones on its own.that a side the moto z is quite the attractive phone.the thin removable style shells help turn the busy back into something sleeker and make the camera sit flush with the body.speaking of the shells, they are held strongly by the magnet system one of the style shells i tried did have the tiniest bit of wobble.if you pressed from the side which could irk the more persnickety folks but for the most part it feels like one solid piece of hardware.a side from the style shells,most modules have a small lip that make the shells easier to remove.up on the front you have the square fingerprint sensor with in the unfortunately large bottom bezel.i really wish motorola had gone the capacitive button route rather than stealing real estate from the bottom of the screen.the standard moto z is ridiculosly thin phone in the world even with a style shell applied its thinner than my HTC10 but then it only has a 2,600 MAH battery. make the phone thicker but they are much more elegant solution than tarditional battery cases especially once more designs are avaliable on the thinner moto z the size is totally manageable.


smartphones cant offer on their could of course just buy a bluetooth speaker but having it right on the phone adds a layer of convenience.they certainlly make the phone a lot thicker but still small enough that i would only need to pack my phone in pocket if hosting a party going out to a barbeque or something of the having the extra 1,000 mah is handy if you need it as a battery pack in a personal favourite mod is gaudilly named insta-share projector which seems perfect for outdoor movie nights camping or just watching video on your ceiling.At 50 lumens and 480p resolution dont expect it to be quite cinema-quality but it should suffice for casual movie watching at night.thers no autofocus but i prefer the automatic correction for keystonig anyway,which comes in handy given the integrated kickstand.


 this devices make strong first impression but we have to give it a full rundown to see if its worth your particular motorolas claim of 30 hours mixed use from the puny 2,600 mah battery thinner moto z seems highly suspect.and dont get me started on the headphone jack,which has no reason to be missing from the thicker z force.maybe just maybe modular phones makes sense stay tuned for our full review soon. 


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