Moto Z and Moto Z Force hands-on preview!

The new Moto Z and Moto Z Force are coming to Verizon this summer, and we have an early preview of these unique devices! Read more in our full hands-on preview: http://www.androidcentral.com/moto-z

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50 thoughts on “Moto Z and Moto Z Force hands-on preview!

  1. I like the phone but too big bezels and no point in having software buttons if you waste the bezel space. I would be really into it if it had a small bezel. Tired of holding huge phones that barely fit my hand

  2. Well despite what people say in the comment section I think this is an excellent phone. I tend to like Samsung and Motorola phones the best Samsung being my top go to device but that's because I love the Note series as I have big hands but my second choice is Motorola. I hope they make it in black I mean I like the way this one looks but I like black better on a phone so I'll have to check k up on that. Anyways great video I quite enjoyed it.

  3. Quick question. How does the glass of the Moto Z Force feels? Because if it was done the same way of the Droid Turbo 2, it may feel way different from the normal Moto Z. Is the screen scratch resistant too? 🙂

  4. hmm, they botched the front a bit but the mods look really interesting and the rest of the phone design is quite nice. As long as it comes with a decent 3.5mm-usb c adapter i dont think the lack of headphone jack is a huge problem

  5. GOODBYE MOTO.
    Next time you buy a phone, it'll just be a cpu & screen. You then buy all the bits (at extra cost) to build a working phone "TO MATCH YOUR STYLE".
    I am NOT a phone builder, that's why i purchase one ( FULLY BUILT ) from a phone manufacturer.
    All these so called "Modules, Friends" etc are a cop out way for the manufactures to get you to spend MORE MONEY on a bog standard phone.
    Apart from the Pico projector which could be fun in some very rare instances, the rest is just bulls**t. Who needs a screen, now you can "Pico" your way around the tech world, ( just kidding really).
    Don't mess with the format. Display, speakers, headphone jack,buttons to navigate,switch on/off, volume control,jacks for power/ accessories, internal electronics & a battery to power it. Basically what most mobile phones have. Improve the tech, don't add to it.( Yes HTC, you're no Friend of mine).
    Phew! . Now i feel better, let's find something else to rant about.
    Oh yeah!. No disrespect to the reviewer, but do some trial runs before you post….please…..

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