Motorola is adding more possibilities to its modular Moto Z series with two new Moto Mods at CES 2018. One of it is a health and fitness measuring tool, while the other Moto Mod adds a full sliding QWERTY keyboard to your existing Moto Z smartphone.
If you own a Moto Z, Moto Z Play and the Moto Z2 Play, you can transform your device further with 2 new Moto Mods that have just arrived in Malaysia. Motorola has finally brought in the Moto Mods 360 and Game Pad.
The possibilities are endless for the Moto Z series thanks to its modular Moto Mod platform. Now Motorola has introduced its latest Mod which adds a Polaroid Insta-Share Printer onto your smartphone. Instead of having to carry a separate Bluetooth printer, you can snap and print photos in one seamless device.
Motorola’s ultra-thin Moto Z is now getting a huge discount in Malaysia. Originally priced at RM2,699, the Moto Z can be yours at RM1,000 off when you trade in a phone in any working condition at DirectD.
Motorola wants to make 360 VR content creation more accessible and they have introduced a new Moto Mod that can transform your Moto Z series smartphone into a 360 camera.
Lenovo has just taken the covers off its new Moto Z2 Play, its latest smartphone under its modular Moto Z series. Replacing its current Moto Z Play, the new model has updated hardware plus it’s also thinner (5.9mm) and lighter (145g).
The Moto Z series is probably the best example when it comes to modular smartphones. The implementation is sturdy and you can hot swap various Moto Mods without having to restart your phone.
Now it appears that Lenovo is working on a new successor and it’s going to be called the Moto Z2.
Lenovo is trying to get more people to develop Moto Mods for its modular Moto Z family. Now here’s an interesting crowd-funded Moto Mod that lets you stay connected even without mobile or WiFi coverage. Introducing LINC, a walkie-talkie add-on which you can attach to your existing Moto Z and Moto Z Play.
I’d be lying if I said I didn’t buy into Moto’s idea of a “modular” smartphone. It was just so simple and elegant that you can’t help but think: “Why didn’t LG think of this?” But I made those assumptions based on what I saw at the launch.
What about in real life as a daily driver? Well, then it gets a little more complicated.