Lenovo announced Moto Z and Moto Z Force with MotoMods

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Lenovo has unveiled their latest Moto flagship devices today. Moto Z and Moto Z force have been gone official are just two variants of same model. The Moto Z has better battery life and thinner body, while the Z Force featured with Shatterproof screen. Same as before done in Moto X Force, the shatterproof display on Moto Z also won’t break when it falls down.

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Moto Z

Moto Z is a beautifully made flagship smartphone from Lenovo, packed inside a shell made with “Aircraft-made Aluminium and Stainless steel” with high specifications. It features a 5.5 inch QHD AMOLED display. The power for the device is generated from the legendary Chipset, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 coupled with 4GB RAM and 32GB/64GB storage space. It sports 13MP primary shooter with Laser autofocus, OIS, phase detection, etc. and a selfie snapper of 5MP wide-angle lens, runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

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The Moto Z is having a fingerprint scanner mounted on the square Home button, as they did in Moto G4 and G4 Plus. The water-repellant coating of the device can resist itself from being damaged due to water. Fastly juiced, 2,600mAh battery kept inside the device to provide power to device. Only a 15 minutes of charging can give usage time upto 8 hours, which is really impressive. It has only a thickness of 5.2mm.

Moto Z Force

As the name denotes, the Moto Z is a forceful device, which provides highly rough shatterproof screen over the display. So the higher falls and forces won’t break your smartphone screen anymore. This is not the first time, the Moto devices are having Force variant. Moto X launched last year had a Moto X Force variant with same shatterproof display. Moto Z Force is packed with some higher grade components, compared to ‘normal’ Moto Z.

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Moto Z Force has the same display, processors and RAM/Storage of the Moto Z. The configurations have increased in battery to 3,500 mAh, Shatterproof display and the high-resolution camera of 21MP, which features OIS and Laser AutoFocus. As the specifications get improved, its thickness had gone to 6.99mm, from Moto Z’s 5.2mm. Interestingly, they have replaced the 3.5mm traditional headphone jack with USB Type-C port, as we seen in LeEco’s latest devices.

MotoMods

MotoMods can be considered as one of the first step of Lenovo into the Modular smartphone era, as Google had announced their Project ARA earlier. These are some gadgets which are simply fixable to the back panel of Moto Z devices. It includes a JBL speaker Mod, which can be connected via USB Type-C port and fixed to the back by magnetic power, through the 16 dots seen on the bottom rear panel has 6W stereo sound, 80-decibel volume and 10-hour battery backup.

Another mod consist of battery, named Incipio Power Pack is having a 2,220mAh battery pack which will provide extra runtime of 22 hours. The projector type can help you to project your screen on to wall. MotoMods are yet to be available on many designer features, with different colors and patterns layered over them. There are many MotoMods are expected unveil, as the Lenovo is really looking for stunning modular concepts.

All the devices and accessories have just launched only, and Lenovo had not revealed the pricing lists of any of the device.

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  2. […] has recently launched the latest Moto flagship devices Moto Z and Moto Z Force, with some cool stuffs named Moto Mods launched along with the devices specially designed for them. […]

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