Saturday, June 11, 2016

Motorola Moto Z Force: Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 CPU, 4GB RAM, and 32GB of Storage

Few days ago, I spotted the 5.5-inch flag bearer of Motorola, the standard model of Moto Z series. And now, its Moto Z Force variant captured my attention due to their very small indifference. As a prospect buyer, you cannot even think of any unique features from appearances and underlying specs. Maybe, a little changes in product packaging.

Motorola Moto Z Force is also equipped with quad-core chip from Qualcomm, 4GB of RAM, and with either 32GB or 64GB of storage. While their competing brands continue to embrace the power of octa-core chip, the Moto Z variants are all treated with a slightly old Kryo processing platform. But it is nod bad for about $300 Android phone, right?

For other specs of Moto Z Force, see the following table below:

Operating SystemAndroid 6.0 (Marshmallow)
CPU64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 at 2.2GHz (Quad-Core)
Memory4GB LPDDR3 (Mobile DDR)
StorageAvailable in 32GB or 64 eMMC with up to 256GB of extended flash storage support
Screen Size5.5-inch with about 70% screen to body aspect ratio (for all models)
Display/Resolution2560 x 1440-pixel Capacitive IPS Touch-Screen
Camera21-megapixel (main), 5-megapixel (front-facing), with laser auto-focus tech
Graphic CardQualcomm Adreno 530
Supported PortsMicro USB (Type C), Micro SD Card Slot, Nano-SIM card slot, Standard 3.5mm Audio Output
Connectivity802.11a/ac/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, 3G, 4G, A-GPS
Body Dimension153.3 x 75.3 x 5.2-millimeter, 136-gram
ColorGlossy combination of black, grey, gold, and white
BatteryBuilt-in 2600mAh Lithium-Ion
OthersBuilt-in stereo speakers and microphone, No words for dual-SIM support

The only major difference of Motorola Moto Z Force from the base model is the notable 21-megapixel camera treated with the same laser, auto-focus, and phase detection technology. Recent reports prior to its appearances told us to expect a rugged line of Moto handsets. But because of its glossy and elegant-looking cases, it can tell us that the upcoming 5.5-inch handset of Motorola is one of those descent lines to bump with Asus ZenFone 3, Lenovo Phab 2, and ZTE Nubia Z11 Max.

In addition, Moto Z Force is not a dual-SIM enabled smartphone with Android 6.0 and the same line of quad-core CPU.



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