Moto Z Force was well known for its shatter proof display and stable performance that came with moto mod support to add modular parts to phone in a second. Yesterday. Lenovo launched the successor, Moto Z2 Force. The phone keeps some features from the last one, adds some new ones and carries the flagship prices just like Samsungs and Apples of the world.
The phone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC paired with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB Storage. Z2 Force will run on Android 7.1 and the company promised that an update to Android O will be launched in future. The phone keeps last year’s 5.5-inch Quad HD AMOLED Display which is shatterproof, meaning it can easily take a beating without needing to be covered in a case. The phone looks almost similar to Z2 Force aside from its thickness.
The Z2 Force is a lot thinner than its predecessor and that is because Moto has decided to ditch the headphone jack. Yup, if you need a shatterproof phone and you want a Motorola one, get ready to join the #donglelife. Not only that, Moto Z2 Force has only 27,30 mAh battery compared to last year’s 3500 mAh. Personally, I think it’s sad to see a company like Moto designing for form over function because original Moto Z Force lasted for a long time on with its big battery.
In the optics department, the phone has two 12 megapixel cameras on the back one of them is the typical f/2.0 sensor while the other one is monochrome one although none of them have any optical stablization. Moto Z2 Force is certainly one of the expensive phones, the unlocked phone will be $720 in the US and it will be available on almost all carriers on market.