Over priced, over bezelled, under chipped, significantly lesser battery only to make people purchase a much thicker, heavier battery mod add on to accomplish the same thing as last year's model. No way, Motonovo.
I had the Moto G and the Moto G3 Turbo.
The Moto G had the best price-performance ratio I have ever seen on a phone. Android support, multi user, dual SIM. I was sad that the 4G version had no dual SIM. Otherwise I would still use the phone. No doubt.
The Moto G3 Turbo was the complete opposite. No Android update on Nougat even with the same hardware as the Moto X and no multi user. They kicked the phone from the Android 7 list 72 hours after I bought it. I hated the phone so much that I used it for less than a week and went back to the Moto G. Later I went with the Sony XA dual SIM. Not the best choise, but still better than anything Lenovo does.
Since Lenovo bought Motorola, their products just suck. Zero support, design sucks, useless Android roms with less features and the worst of all - their update policy.
I saw the Moto Z in action. The phone was not worth a penny. Moto mods are useless. And this right here won`t be different. You better go with the one year old Sony Xperia Z or a Samsung S7. You will still get updates for your phone. I would not bet on a Android O update for the Moto Z2.
[deleted post]Good for you and your opinion,they are not biased,this phone is boring and no improvement from the last model.I like Lenovo a lot but this is embarrassing...
how this sh'''t priced 28k in india? when oneplus 3t available so close? should be 16k or burn this dump at your backyard lenova..
[deleted post]No little troll. This year's Moto Z is a big stepback compared to the previous year.
And now there is the Moto G5 Plus which has similar specs, rendering this device a total scam.
So kiddo, go to cry with your mom if you feel that this is a dissapointment from them.
1. They could not change the design of the phone due to mods but they could have certainly put a 5.8" screen in that large body. That would have justified the premium price of this phone. Otherwise in my opinions it's a good but overpriced phone.
The genius Lenovo. Truely the best smartphone at this price point (I'm not gonna buy it but hey, this phone is good joke though).
Why does this device even shares the same flagship "Z" series branding?! Just see this difference in both the devices
After reading the shortcomings, I am increasingly not interested in this brand
I feel "mods" is being used deceptively by Moto/Lenovo. A mod is a cheap device (that costs 5-10% of the original product's price) and adds a little functionality. Moto's "mods" add a little functionality, but cost potentially more than the phone itself (since mods aren't typically subsidized).