Bottom line: Moto does modular support right, with some really interesting and useful mods, and an easy mechanism for swapping them in and out.One more thing: There's no headphone jack, so you'll need to use a USB-C dongle to connect most headphones to the Moto Z. Without the mods, the Moto Z might have been yet another decent high-end smartphone.The mod by Fantom Dynamics mounts to any Moto Z smartphone using on-board phone magnetic connectors.Once mounted, the smartphone launches the Linc app which allows full access to walkie-talkie … Turn your spaded ends into a regular modular jack with this great original modular adapter from AE.This snap on style adapter is installed by BENDING YOUR SPADES to ensure the best possible connection.The Mods attach to the back of the phone via magnets and provide a new look, improved audio, a projector, or other extra features.
Moto Z is really a very thin smartphone, It is just 5.19 millimeters thick.
See at Verizon (Moto Z) See at Verizon (Z Force) See at Amazon Motorola's latest flagship phones come with a standard load out of high-end specs — a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, a pretty decent (though not trailblazing) 13-megapixel camera and an attractive, super-thin metal design.
But what makes these phones special are the mods — modular attachments which snap to the back of the phone thanks to the magic of magnetism.
Link to buy Moto Z Link to buy Z-Force (Verizon exclusive)How Motorola achieved that with that kind of specs is really an impressive thing. ● Fingerprint scanner ● Motorola Turbo Charging through 15W charger given in the box .
The Moto Z and Moto Z Force don’t have 3.5 mm headphone jacks(a problem for thin smartphones). ● Bluetooth 4.1 , Wifi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac , Wifi Direct , GPS , NFC. ● 32 / 64 GB internal storage with Micro SD expansion upto 256GB. ● 3500 m AH nonremovable Li Ion battery same as Moto E3 Power (Also See Moto G5 Plus) ● USB type C port. ● Motorola Turbocharging through 30W charger given in the box.