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The successor to the Lenovo owned Motorola’s previous hit lineup of Moto X phones, will release the first of its roster “Moto Z” come October 4th.

The list of phones under the Z brand that will be released hereafter are Moto Z, Moto Z Droid, Moto Z Force, Moto Z DROID, Moto  Z Play.

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Although Moto Z is up for release on October 4th, the company hasn’t yet let us in on the dates for Z Force’s launch.


  • Display : 5.5 Inch Screen with a resolution of 1440*2560
  • RAM : 4 GB
  • Processor : 2.2 GHz with Quadcore Snapdragon
  • Storage : 32/64 GB internal memory.
  • OS : Loaded with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Could have update for Nougat
  • Camera : 13 Mega pixel Rear Cam and 5 Mega Pixel Front Cam.
  • Battery : Non-removable 2600 mAh Li Battery.

The phone comes Dual-LED Camera, along with Dual SIM slots.

Moto Z also boasts Turbo Charge technology that offers 8 hours of mobile use upon 15 minutes of charging!


So, as you can see in this short video, Moto Mods/ Moto Modules are hardware components that can be attached to the back of your Moto Z phones to enhance or add certain qualities.

These attachable components/ Moto Mods appear and feel just like a mere Phone Case, having about the same width.

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Some of them are

  1. JBL power Booster which can increase your mobile’s music and act like a sound system.
  2. Projector that can let you project videos playing on your phone with a 70 Inch display!
  3. PowerPack, is like a Power Bank. But like I said above, PowerPack is only the size of a phone case and so, it is so much better than those lousy, heavy, unfashionable Power Banks.


Although, people might think Motorola obviously was trying to take after iPhone 7’s style, but that’s only a coincidence.

The no-headphone-jack rule is part of the Moto Mods concept.

And in some parts of the world, Moto Z is the first phone that has arrived with no headphone jack even before iPhone 7.

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There is no 3.5 mm headphone jack, there is only one USB type-c port for both charger and the headphones.

Headphones can’t be hooked into this port directly. The phone comes with an adapter that will let you connect your regular earphones to Moto Z.


Lenovo owned Motorola revealed nothing about this, but tech experts hint that prices might start from upwards Rs.45,000/- in India.

So, apart from featuring the first of its kind attachable Modular components, Moto Z also is a flagship phone that has specifications to die for.


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