Motorola Moto Z2 Force Edition
The new Moto Z2 Force Edition is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, and sports a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, and largely resembles the Z Force from 2016. However the laredesigned fingerprint sensor and dual rear camera, do stand out as noticeable differences.
Moto Z Force’s defining feature was undoubtedly its display: a 5.5-inch, 1440 x 2560 AMOLED panel with a special “ShatterShield” technology designed to prevent against, well, shattering. And as it turns out, all of those specs have transferred over to its successor down to the T, which should be good news for the many people out there prone to dropping their devices.
keeping the 2017 trend of dual-camera smartphones, the Z2 Force Edition its equipped with a module of its own, which can be found on the rear, right in the iconic circular camera bump. It’s of the monochrome-color variety, the same idea as in the Huawei P10, for example.
Its resolution similar like a downgrade on paper: both sensors are 12 MP, instead of the Z Force’s 21 MP. Yet, this could mean the actual sensors are larger in size, and thus can take in more light (which would increase image quality), though it remains to be seen how they’ll perform in real life. On the back you’ll also find the same dual LED and laser autofocus as on the device’s predecessor, though.
New moto mods But it’s not all old mods that you can use with the device, though: Lenovo actually introduced a brand new mod as well, the Moto 360 Camera.
The Moto Z2 Force Edition is powered by Android 7.1.1 out of the box , which is pretty good when compared to someone like Samsung, who is yet to update the Galaxy S8 to the latest Nougat version.
Samsung Galaxy S8
Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S8 on March 29, 2017. As the brand’s new flagship, the smartphone will surely pack a variety of exciting features, including an iris scanner for user recognition, a smart AI assistant, and a flashy new design to top it all off. No less importantly, the upgraded hardware will make the device faster than its predecessor, with a fast and efficient Snapdragon 835 in charge. Numerous leaks suggest that the Galaxy S8 will stick to the metal-and-glass design principle of its predecessors, paired with IP-certified resistance against the elements.