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- QuestionWhat is the difference between the Moto Z Force Droid and the Moto Z Droid? (5 Answers)Answers
The major differences are the camera, battery and screen material. The camera on the Z Force is 21 MP as opposed to 13 MP on the regular Z. The camera might have better stabilization and focus features as well but not 100% sure. The battery on the Z Force is 3500mah as opposed to 2600mah in the regular Z (significant upgrade in the Z Force). Then theirs the screen. The regular Z has some version of Gorilla glass where as the Z Force has shattersheild technology which is supposed to not shatter when dropped. I've seen a video where it survived 4 drops on to concrete without the screen shattering. The internal phone mechanisms may stop working but the screen won't shatter.
- QuestionDoes this phone have wireless charging? (5 Answers)Answers
- Questioncan you make wi-fi calls with this phone. Thanks (5 Answers)Answers
I have used the wifi call setting a few times while at work. The lower level of our office has almost no coverage and I was dropping calls. I switched over to wifi and it never had a problem the entire week I was in that area.
- QuestionCan someone who owns this phone let me know how the screen is outdoors? Is it bright enough to see well outdoors? (5 Answers)Answers
I came from a Droid Maxx if that helps but the Moto Z Force has dimmer low and brighter high than that phone does. I have used it outside fairly often without the screen as bright as it would go and I can see it clearly.
- QuestionIf I buy a Unactivated device it will work in Brazil? (1 Answer)
- Questionhello, I can use this phone in GSM networks Argentina if I buy it without contract, a 799 dollars?. OFF is the same as unlocked ?. Thank you (2 Answers)Answers
I would not buy without checking the frequencies in your country. here the ones for the moto z CDMA (850, 1900 MHz) GSM / GPRS / EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz) UMTS / HSPA+ (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz) 4G LTE (B2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 13)
- QuestionIF I PURCHASE THE DROID Z FORCE. IS THERE A DIFFERENT MONTHLY RATE WHETHER I PURCHASE THE PHONE FOR 99. OR LEASE IT FOR 21+? (3 Answers)Answers
Yes it is different. Cell companies are leading people to the payment option for many reasons. In your case it would cost you more. If you did a payment option it would be your 26 monthly phone payment ( on the lower end price) and say you had the lowest data plan so another 35 and then you have line fee which would be 20. So it would be 26+35+20 which =81 dollars. This is the base plan for a payment option. A contract would cost you the 35 data plan and 40 for line service. So the cost would be 35+40 which = 75 dollars a month. Now a contract if you add it up would cost you 1800 for 2 years while a payment option will cost you 1944 for 2 years. But then you have fees taxes ect. in the end a contract is cheaper by about 200 bucks. Now most carriers offer to pay your cancellation fee if you switch over. Also if your grandfathered into a good plan keep it and pay the monthly payments. If you are new to verizon me myself I would say get the contract. Its cheaper and if you hate the phone or service you can always get a new one on the payment plan ( YES you can get a different phone while in a contract).Also you would be able to sell that MotoZ if you wanted to. In all my conclusion is if you do not have verizon get a contract. If you already do and have a grandfathered good plan make the payments( no phones worth losing that great monthly plan).
- Question1.) If I am currently grandfathered into Verizon's unlimited data & I purchase the Moto Z Droid Force here w/ the monthly payments for 2 years, will I keep the unlimited data? 2.) Does the $200 off promo work if I pay in full? (7 Answers)Answers
- QuestionIs the battery removable? (3 Answers)Answers
- QuestionDoes the thickness specification include the camera protrusion on the back or just the body of the phone without the camera? (2 Answers)Answers
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