30 July 2016
Motorola announced their two upcoming Smartphones Moto Z and Moto Z Force earlier this year. Media outlets all over the world have started to write about these two new products since the embargo lifted. One of the main news was that the Moto Z and Z Force will not get monthly security updates.
There has been a report stating that since Lenovo’s acquisition, Motorola’s update policy has been changed. Motorola commented on the speculation and confirmed that their new products will get monthly security patch updates and will be protected safely from vulnerabilities.
The details regarding the price tags of both of the devices are out. The Moto Z will be available on Verizon for $624 or $26 per month. The Moto Z Force is reported to be a little expensive than that of Moto Z. It will launch for $720 or $30 per month. Apart from the price tag, the Z Force is also ahead in the specifications too. The device offers a 35% larger battery, higher resolution camera and Moto’s ShatterShield display, in addition to the features that are similar to Moto Z.
Pre-order for both the Moto Z and Moto Z Force Droid edition has started with Verizon in the US. Both the devices will hit the market on July 28.