It also benefits from the company’s proprietary Shatter Shield screen-protection technology, which appeared last year on the Verizon-exclusive Moto Z Force Droid. Cellular, T-Mobile, and Best Buy, in addition to Motorola’s own website. It starts at per month depending on the carrier, and for a limited time you’ll also get a free Moto Insta-Share Projector Mod when you purchase the device." data-reactid="27"While the original Moto Z appeared on multiple carriers, the Z Force Droid was a Verizon exclusive last time around. That price decrease now brings it below what carriers are charging.
At the top, there’s an LED flash opposite a wide-angle 5-megapixel selfie camera. Lenovo sliced 2 millimeters off the thickness of the Z Force Droid, making it 13 percent thinner and 12 percent lighter.
The cameras each have an aperture of f/2.0, but lack optical image stabilization.
Lenovo’s approach to the dual camera in the Z2 Force is similar to Huawei’s implementation, in so far as one of the cameras exclusively shoots in monochrome.
With Shattershield — which Lenovo bills as “the world’s first shatterproof smartphone display” — it should be able to take a harder beating than devices sporting Corning’s still-very-tough Gorilla Glass.
When it comes to the camera, while the 2016 Moto Z Force featured a 21-megapixel sensor, the new device features a smaller 12-megapixel sensor — though it is a dual camera and will likely take much better photos regardless of the number of megapixels.