Both products are controversial for separate reasons, but let’s begin with a quick recap of the Moto Z2 Force. One of the phone’s highlight features is its 5.5-inch, 2,560 x 1,440 resolution POLED display that is immune to shattering from certain heights. Around back is another of the Moto Z2 Force’s highlight features: dual 12 MP cameras. One camera is strictly for color, while the other takes monochrome images, though putting the two together enables portrait images.
Moto Z2 Force review: A force to be reckoned with?
Under the phone’s hood sit Qualcomm’s quad-core Snapdragon 835 processor and 4 GB of RAM, with the microSD card slot expanding the 64 GB of storage by up to an additional 2 TB. Finally, the Moto Z2 Force supports Motorola’s Moto Mod ecosystem, which is where the 360-degree camera Moto Mod comes in.
As the name implies, the Moto 360 Camera Mod uses two 13 MP sensors to stitch together a 360-degree image or video. The Mod interfaces with the stock camera app and gives you several modes for picture-taking: split-screen, a sliding, panorama-style mode, a fish-eye view, and a circular view.
Neither product is exactly cheap – the Moto Z2 Force sells for anywhere from $720 to $800, while the Moto 360 Camera Mod goes for $300 and does not feature a built-in battery – but if you like what they have to offer, you can check out where you can buy the phone and Moto Mod at the links below.