Poll: Are you buying the Moto Z?


Now that you know what the Moto Z and Moto Z Force are all about, are you interested in buying either phone? Lenovo’s newest phones are built from aluminum and stainless steel, contain high-end components you’d expect from a flagship, and stand out as innovative with Moto Mods that add features just by snapping on attachments. There are, of course, things working against the Moto Z. The phone’s battery is a light 2600mAh and, more importantly, no one but Verizon customers can purchase one for themselves until after the carrier’s exclusive period ends this summer.

All in all, there’s no denying that the Moto Z is going to be a very good phone.

Hit the break to give us your answer to our poll.


Are you buying the Moto Z / Moto Z Force?

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Leave us your thoughts in the comments section at the bottom of this page. We’re eager to hear why you are or aren’t going to buy the Moto Z.

About the Author: Justin Herrick

Born and raised in New Jersey, Justin is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University where he studied marketing with a focus on digital marketing. He's very talkative and enjoys discussing anything from technology and sports to video games and television. As for Justin's current device rotation, he carries around the Google Pixel and Nexus 9. In the rare case that his phone or tablet is not in his hand, he is either flicking through cards on his Moto 360 (2015) or typing away on the Microsoft Surface Book. Justin is patiently waiting for the day that Google replicates the Galaxy Nexus with modern day specifications.

  • Jarl

    good looking phone with great specs and a modular system that actually works…. and then limit it to one provider in one country. that’s just stupid.

    • Justin_Herrick

      So bizarre that Verizon has exclusivity on it. Ugh.

  • socalman777

    and the screen is too small. i need at least 5.8″

    • Justin_Herrick

      At least 5.8 inches?! What phones do you buy with that requirement? Very intrigued to see your answer.

      • socalman777

        Samsung Galaxy note 4,5,7
        Well 5.7″

        • Justin_Herrick

          Ahh. That’s why I was surprised. I was expecting no greater than 5.7 inches.

  • Shiva

    No way I’ve had two Motog2s get hardbricked just upgradinging from kk to lp. Moto won’t acknowledge their defective product. There are thousands of them joining the brickfest club trying to update their systems.

  • makapav

    Moto Z Force only if it is available unlocked for GSM LTE by Motorola after the Verizon honeymoon period.

  • Justin_Herrick

    I was really interested in buying the phone until it was noted that Verizon gets dibs on it first. It doesn’t make any sense as to why you would have the world wait until after Verizon has it.

  • crhylove

    I was hoping for a “Hell no” option. For one, it’s too expensive. Secondly, Verizon? LOL. Thirdly, I only support companies with unlocked bootloaders, etc.. I don’t want a corporation telling me what I can and can’t do with a tool I paid for.

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  • socalman777

    if they have to depend on Verizon for a solo introduction, something must be wrong with it. If it was such a star, they would release it to all carriers at the same time. I buy my phones outright, yet everytime I activate a new self-purchased (full-price) on Verizon, the bastards somehow manage to extend my contract by 1-2 years. I’ve fought with them tooth-and-nail over this practice and threatened to go to T-mobile (my phones are all unlocked), and they usually fix it. One time, I went to return (with a restocking fee) a small tablet i bought and didn’t like; and, as usual, they had put me on their pay monthly plan, even though I told the sales rep 3 times that I wanted to purchase it outright!!! They never listen.