Moto Z2 Force

Who needs a Galaxy S10 5G? You can now add 5G to a two year old phone

Motorola has rolled out support for the 5G Moto Mod to its two year old Moto Z2 Force smartphone. The compatibility was revealed in a blog post late on

Moto Z4 vs. Moto Z3 vs. Moto Z2 Force: Is the newest Moto Z the best Moto Z?

After accidentally revealing it by, er, putting it up for sale, Motorola has officially announced the Moto Z4, its latest flagship phone. But is it

OnePlus 6: Everything we know so far about the upcoming ‘flagship killer’

Like all other OnePlus devices in the past, the OnePlus 5 and the 5T have disrupted the budget flagship segment. By offering flagship-grade features at half

Motorola Gamepad Moto Mod Review: Great for tiny hands

When I use the Gamepad Moto Mod for extended periods of time, my hands cramp. When I place the controller in the hands of a

6 Reasons to Buy the Moto Z2 Force, and 3 Reasons to Skip

Should You Buy the Moto Z2 Force? The most unique Android phone of the year, the Moto Z2 Force truly stands out with its shatterproof screen and

Motorola Moto Z2 Force Review: Modular compromise

Motorola’s Moto Z2 Force couldn’t have asked for a better – or tougher – test over the last week, as it became my go-to phone

Moto Z2 Force vs Moto Z2 Play: Which Modular Phone Wins?

Design With nearly the same dimensions and weight, both the Z2 Play and Z2 Force are very slim and sturdy phones with a sleek aluminum

Motorola Moto Z2 Force vs Moto Z vs Moto Z Force: What’s the difference?

Motorola has announced a second Moto Z device in the form of the Moto Z2 Force. It joins the Moto Z2 Play as the tougher

Moto Z2 Force vs Moto Z2 Play: What’s the difference?

There will be no second-generation Moto Z2 in 2017. Instead it’s a choice between the battery-heavy Z2 Play or all-powerful Z2 Force (which isn’t a Verizon

Moto Z2 Force Hands-on Review : Cool Mods, Dual Cameras, Weaker Battery

Motorola is relaunching itself as a smartphone brand, and it’s starting with a new Moto Z2 Force. Starting at $30 per month (or about $799