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Motorola Moto Z review: The future of Modular phones?

Moto Z from Motorola is a big bet, a bet on Mods which are actually attachments that can be snapped on to the phone for added functionality. Need some more power? Just snap on the extra battery mod. Or go for the Hasselblad mod if you want 10X optical zoom on your smartphone. It’s supposed to be that simple. It is also what Lenovo and Motorola are hoping will help them make gains in the premium segment. That also explains Motorola’s ads for the Moto Z urging people to #SkipTheSevens. One seven is the iPhone 7, and the other the now-dead Galaxy Note 7.

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But breaking into premium is not easy. And convincing people they need to shell out an extra four or five grand for attachments to a phone is even harder. So far, the iPhone has managed to remain the must-have premium phone, despite the not-so impressive battery life. And the Samsung’s Galaxy S7 has been the other big hit of the year in this price-bracket. But can the new Moto Z change all of that ? Is it really worth the wait? Here’s our review:

Specifications: 5.5-inch QHD AMOLED display | 2.15Ghz Snapdragon 820 processor | 4GB RAM+64GB storage (expandable to 200GB) 13MP rear camera with OIS +8MP front camera with flash | 2600 mAh battery | Android 6.0.1

Price: Rs 39,999

Specifications: 5.5-inch QHD AMOLED display | 2.15Ghz Snapdragon 820 processor | 4GB RAM+64GB storage (expandable to 200GB) 13MP rear camera with OIS +8MP front camera with flash | 2600 mAh battery | Android 6.0.1

Price: Rs 39,999

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