Julliard, 28 Jan 2017This ugly back cover remind me of band-aid. Where did I seen it before? Oh yeah. S5. But this one looks better than the S5, IMHO.
This ugly back cover remind me of band-aid. Where did I seen it before? Oh yeah. S5.
Graet, especially modular battery. Thanks for motorola engineers for introduced project ARA to the mobile industry
the motorola Z's modular back could have been successful if only the device was cheaper this new device from alcatel could be a big hit if they will make it affordable but the negative thing is the mediatek chipset should have made it snapdragon.
Just the modular thingy has already sound how desperate Alcatel wanna make a come back than Nokia.
I personally feels that with the modular thingy concept, it may help to save the earth by cutting down of less phone being made. And if possible, the modular parts can be trade in or resell to those who need to replace it faulty parts.
AnonD-282770, 27 Jan 2017Till now, only Moto Z was able to make more practical, modular phones. No restart, no extra e... moreDon't forget Google's attempt that died before it even made it to the mass production. The one that disassembled itself to pieces, every time you dropped it. And was very ugly too.
I like Motorola's idea and approach. Heck the only thing that's stopping me from getting a Moto Z is a good camera attachment, with good sensor. That Hasselblad half baked attempt is worse than the Moto Z's primary camera. Not taking the zoom into account, which is the only thing going for it.
Till now, only Moto Z was able to make more practical, modular phones. No restart, no extra effort to attach module, just snap it.
LG modular design is scrap and limited to replace battery and to attach any other modules, you end up shutting down your phone and start it up. Not practical solution.
Hope to see someone putting some efforts to carry forward the Moto Z modular design to next level.