Introducing the new Moto Z!
A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to attend the launch of the NEW Motorola Z in Johannesburg and now I’m here to give you all the deetz…
Motorola has made a return to the South African market under Lenovo with their premium device, the Moto Z. The Moto Z comes with flagship specs, sporting a Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 820 processor with up to 2.2GHz quad-core CPU along with 4gb of RAM, just about as fast as you can get in today’s flagship devices. The Moto Z comes with 32gb or 64gb of storage and Android 6.0.1 marshmallow.
The device is very slim at only 5.19mm and is lightweight. The build quality is second to none with a premium metal frame and Gorilla glass 4, protecting you from those accidental drops. It is one of the bet looking smartphones released this year. The display is a 5.5″ Quad HD AMOLED display (1440p), giving you brilliant visibly outside and the richest colours I have ever experienced.
The camera is a 13-megapixel shooter with lightning fast laser autofocus, a dual LED flash and optical image stabilization. The front facing is a 5-megapixel affair which delivers some of the best selfies I have ever taken. If this isn’t enough, there is a moto mod by Hasselblad, a trueZoom camera mod with 10x optical zoom.
The key feature about this device are the Moto Mods. With Moto Mods, you can extend your phones capabilities in a snap. Turn your phone into a projector, speaker, professional camera or a battery powerhouse. The Moto Z projector and speaker mods are for the media enthusiasts who love big screens and loud, crystal clear music. The battery pack mod fits perfectly with the aesthetic of the device, going almost unnoticed when attached. All of the Moto Mods snap on magnetically with ease and are secure, making this the first truly modular device. Motorola have plans to release new mods in the future.
The Moto Z is truly a premium and unique device which will stand toe to toe against the iPhone 7 and the galaxy s7. The Moto Z will be available from 1st November at select retailers across South Africa – just in time for Christmas *wink wink*
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