Moto Z2 Force Review

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The Moto Z2 Force should be the best phone Motorola has ever released – and with its unbreakable screen, powerful internals and excellent camera, it comes close. But elsewhere, the Moto Z2 Force bears the unmistakable scars of cost-cutting: a smaller battery; an absent headphone jack; no StyleShell or 30W Turbo Charger in the box. And while those cut corners might be acceptable on a discount smartphone, they’re awful tough to swallow on a $720 “flagship.” Join MrMobile for the Moto Z2 Force review to find out why he’d rather save some money and get the Z2 Play instead!

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Moto Z2 Force [Motorola]:
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Moto Z2 Play [Motorola]:
http://mrmobile.tech/2s8

[ABOUT THE MOTO Z2 FORCE REVIEW]

MrMobile’s Moto Z2 Force Review was produced following one week with a Moto Z2 Force review device on loan from Motorola. The phone was a T-Mobile unit tested on T-Mobile US in NYC, Greater Boston and rural New Hampshire. It was paired with an LG Watch Sport for the duration of the test period.

[FURTHER READING]

Android Central’s Moto Z2 Force Review:
https://www.androidcentral.com/moto-z2-force

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“E-Business” by Olive Musique, available at Premium Beat:
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“Mind in Motion” by Olive Musique, available at Premium Beat:
https://www.premiumbeat.com/royalty_free_music/songs/mind-in-motion

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