The Moto Z Force Droid and Moto Z-Droid feature an identical design, camera bump, Moto Mod pogo pins, complete with the aluminum design and the USB Type-C charger.
The Moto Z Force Droid is a heavier than the Moto Z-Droid, however, isn’t so heavy but somehow It’s uncomfortable to hold in your hand. The thickness and weight are attributed to the larger battery (3,600mAh), and the ShatterShield display found inside the device.
ShatterShield is a technology developed by Motorola.
The second generation Moto ShatterShield, Motorola has also improved a technology by narrowing the sides of the display, while producing a thinner design for this. With this new display, the ShatterShield on the Moto Z Force is guaranteed not to crack or shatter upon impact. That doesn’t mean that you must start throwing the device around due to this fact the display won’t break.
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Moving past ShatterShield, the AMOLED display doesn’t look like all that bad to my eye. Compared to the Nexus 6P, whites really look white, instead of giving off a yellowish tint. Colour saturation looks beautiful; the display gets plenty bright while indoors, however, when outside in the direct light. In case you are outside in the sun and wearing sunglasses, it’s a tough to see things unless you hold this phone closer to your face.
These specs are good. However the only issue is since this phone is launching in the later half of 2016, Consumers are already looking towards what’s next. As you can see, whenever you launch a device in the later half of the year, it’s quite hard to future proof a phone, even when you give it the best that’s currently available.
Looking past this, though, for what’s currently available on the market, the Z Force DROID aligns well. I use this feature continuously, instead of moving my thumb up the side of the phone to lock it.
Moto Z MODS
The LG G5, a suitable combination of Moto Mods will launch alongside the Moto Z lineup, battery bank, JBL-branded speaker, including a projector plus Style Shells that add a little bit of flair to your device.
The one Moto Mod I have used when testing is the JBL Sound Boost speaker. However, what you should know is that whereas the built-in speaker does get plenty loud sufficient, it has zero depth. The sound isn’t deep; that means there’s little low end to the sound. If you’re trying to bump tunes, good luck listening to the bass drop. With the Sound Boost speaker connected, the experience is kicked up a notch. Plus, it has a built-in kickstand.
The Moto Z Force DROID gives 40 hours of battery life. In my time testing, especially since I have been using Pokemon GO a bit too much, I can’t exactly prove that.
I don’t predict you running into many issues with the phone’s 3,500mAh battery. Keep in mind; the device allows for Turbo Charging, providing “up to 15 hours of battery life” from 15 minutes of charging. Whereas I can’t confirm that either, I will say that when the device is plugged as much as the Turbo Charger. The phone charges very quickly, giving me with lots of juice in a short period.
Moto Z Force DROID have a 21-megapixel shooter, featuring laser and phase detection autofocus. The camera also comes with Optical Image.
Whereas the camera will focus fast, I find that when looking at my final result in the gallery, an image is each out of focus or just hasn’t been developed properly. That is usually the result of low lighting or a bad focusing job.
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