As you probably have known, the Z series is known for a unique thing; modularity. The back of the phone has magnetic attachment pins, which can be used to add snap-on accessories, called as moto Mods. There's a battery mod and an awesome JBL audio mod; look up there☝in the slideshow.
The phone is a flagship, which means specs will undoubtedly be top-notch. It has a Snapdragon 820 64 bit Octacore processor and 4GB of DDR4 RAM. The chipset is coupled with a powerful Adreno 530 GPU and either 32/64GB of onboard storage.
The OS, being Motorola, is of course stock Android. The phone runs on marshmallow 6.0.1 and is exceptionally smooth in day to day use.
The display of the phone is a 5.5" quad-HD super- AMOLED panel, with punchy colors and great saturation, at 534ppi. Outdoor visibility is also impressive. Nearly as much as those Samsung panels.
The camera on the Moto Z force is a 21mp large Sony sensor with f/1.8 aperture and OIS. The front camera is an 8mp sensor with a mild front flash. As expected, the rear camera is capable of 4K video recording at 30fps. Camera quality is certainly really good; Motorola have finally learned to improve on with their history of mediocre image processing😅.
The battery on the Moto Z force is a 3550mAh unit. And is clear, it stores their turbocharge 2.0 so no worries there. Plus, you have that snap on battery accessory, which can add a couple of more hours of juice onto your existing charge😃👍.
The JBL audio mod certainly takes the cake for audiophiles. That loud and crisp sound output is definitely praiseworthy.
The Motorola moto Z force terrariums for a hefty price of 39,000 INR. But a unique phone with these many aspects to consider, you really can't go wrong with your purchase😉✌🤓.