Verizon Wireless announced the availability of the Moto Z Force Droid along with a bunch of modular “MotoMods” attachments. At the price of $720 you will get a phone with flagship specs, including sharp 5.5-inch display, the latest Snapdragon processor and solid, as for Moto’s standards, optics. The phone is already available for pre-order with shipping scheduled on July 28th.
Moto Z Force Droid finally hits Verizon’s store. The phone isn’t cheap, but it offers a combination of one of the best currently available specs and modular build greatly enhancing user’s experience.
The tandem of Motorola and Lenovo put all their efforts to redesign the Moto lineup, and it’s seems like they did it with success. While the Moto X series focuses on customization, the Moto Z line introduces premium materials, powerful hardware and a system of module attachments allowing its users to enhance the device’s functionality.
Design and Specs
Closed in a slim body made out of glass and metal the Moto Z Force boasts a massive and extremely sharp 5.5-inch Quad HD AMOLED screen panel covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 that along with the Motorola’s Shattershield design protect the screen from cracking. Powered by the Snapdragon 820 processor coupled with 4GB RAM the Moto Z Force will undoubtedly deliver an ultra-smooth Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow performance. As for storage space, the phone offers 32GB of built-in storage with microSD card expansion support and it accepts cards up to 2TB.
Except for great processing parameters, the Moto Z Force provides us with high-quality low-light photo experience guaranteed by a 21MP primary camera sensor with OIS and laser autofocus supported by a wide-angle 5MP selfie-firendly front snapper with own flash. Kept alive by a 3,500 mAh battery with TurboPower mode the phone reaches 15 hours of power in just 15 minutes of charging. When it comes to connectivity the Moto Z Force Droid packs 4G LTE, Wi-Fi and USB-C. However, note that the phone isn’t completely deprived of shortages, as, quite surprisingly, it doesn’t include a headphone jack.
Pricing and Availability
Moving on to the Verizon’s offer, the Moto Z Force Droid is sold at $720 with no commitment. But if you don’t want to pay its full retail price, you can got the service plan route. If you enroll for a 24-month installment plan, you will be asked to pay $30 per month for the device. As for MotoMods, their pricing vary dependently on the attachment. For instance the Tumi and Kate Spade Power Pack batteries may be yours for $59.99 or $89.99, the JBL Soundboost Speaker costs $79.99; meanwhile the Moto Insta-Share Projector is within your reach at whooping $299.99. Plus, you may also get the Incipio back plates each worth $14.99.
The Moto Z Force Droid is accessible in traditional black and white color options having Verizon for its exclusive distributor. So even if we don’t like the phone’s current pricing, we don’t have any other option to opt for unless you have nothing against waiting until September when the unlocked model of the handset is promised to hit the market.