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Lenovo Moto Z

Lenovo Moto Z
alaScore 90

128 reviews

Mar, 2021

alaTest has collected and analyzed 128 reviews of Lenovo Moto Z. The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Cell phones for all reviews. Reviewers really like the usability and design. The price and battery are also appreciated, whereas there are some mixed opinions about the reliability and performance. Many are less positive about the GPS navigation and connectivity.

screen, battery, price, design, usability

camera, connectivity, GPS navigation

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Lenovo Moto Z is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by (engadget.com)

Mini review video: Our quick verdict on the new Moto Z phones

 

Think of the Moto Z Force as the Moto Z's big brother: It offers the same premium performance as the regular Z, but adds a larger battery, a camera that performs better in most situations, and a screen that resists damage. All of this makes the Z Force...

Sturdy, incredibly slim design ; Great display ; Moto Mods are elegant and have potential ; Excellent performance ; Charges really fast

It's a Verizon exclusive ; No headphone jack ; Camera not quite as good as the Z Force's ; Middling battery life

Jul, 2016

DT Recommended Product

Expert review by : Malarie Gokey (digitaltrends.com)

Lenovo Moto Z and Z Force review

 

The Moto Z is the first ‘modular' phone you'll want to own on Verizon.

Lenovo shifted the Moto brand and made it its own with the and . Both phones look different from previous Moto phones and they offer a smart, simple approach to modules. The Moto Z Force is our favorite of the two with its larger battery and...

Jul, 2016

Expert review by : Steven Winkelman (pcmag.com)

Motorola Moto Edge Review

 

Solid battery life ; Nice display ; 3.5mm headphone jack

Mediocre cameras ; No IP rating ; Lacks wireless charging

The $699 Motorola Moto Edge delivers a solid 5G experience for less money than most competing phones right now.

Jul, 2020

Expert review by : Patrick Holland (cnet.com)

Motorola Moto E4 review

 

Motorola makes wonderful budget phones like the Moto G5 and the G5 Plus . Its newest addition is the Moto E4 which packs a lot of features: Android Nougat 7.1, a fingerprint sensor, a removeable battery and a selfie flash all within a body the size of...

The Moto E4 has a near stock version of Android Nougat, a fingerprint reader, a removeable battery, a selfie flash and is splash resistant -- all while being ridiculously cheap.

The display is hard to see in sunlight and the camera is slow to process photos.

The Moto E4 is the cheapest Motorola phone but doesn't compromise too much on its amenities.

Jul, 2017

Expert review by : Ajay Kumar (pcmag.com)

Motorola Moto Z

 

The unlocked Motorola Moto Z works on AT&T and T-Mobile while offering the same slim design and unique removable backs as the Z Droid on Verizon.

Slim design. Useful removable backs. Excellent performance. No bloatware. Google Daydream-compatible.

Camera isn't the best. No headphone jack.

For $700, the unlocked Moto Z offers the same slim build, excellent performance, and unique removable backs as Verizon's Moto . If you're an AT&T or T-Mobile user into the idea of Mot Mods, the Moto Z is a great choice. Only the LG G5 has similar...

Nov, 2016

Expert review by : Lynn La (cnet.com)

Moto Z review: This magnetic, 'modular' phone just clicks

 

Halfway between Google's ambitious Project Ara and LG's clunky G5 emerges a modular phone with an approach we can get behind.

The Motorola Moto Z is thin, fast and (literally) snappy. Those magnetic Mods accessories are practical and easy to use.

The phone looks naked without the Mods, and its fingerprint reader can be easily mistaken for a home button.

Ambitious, quirky and ultimately useful, the Motorola Moto Z is the most polished and customizable modular phone yet.

Sep, 2016

Expert review by : Lynn La (cnet.com)

Motorola Moto Z review

 

Upon its debut in July, Motorola's premium Moto Z made waves with its magnetic snap-on accessories. Unlike the LG G5 , which featured swappable components but fell short on execution, the Moto Z's modularity offered coherence and ease of use.

The Motorola Moto Z is thin, fast and (literally) snappy. Those magnetic Mods accessories are practical and easy to use.

The phone looks naked without the Mods, and its fingerprint reader can be easily mistaken for a home button.

Ambitious, quirky and ultimately useful, the Motorola Moto Z is the most polished and customizable modular phone yet.

Jul, 2016

Expert review by : Sascha Segan (pcmag.com)

Motorola Moto Z Droid

 

The Motorola Moto Z Droid is a cool smartphone with removable backs, but it lags slightly behind its bigger sibling.

Slim design. Functional removable backs. Excellent performance.

Wi-Fi performance issues. Camera isn't the best.

Comparisons and Conclusions The Motorola Moto packs a lot into a very slim package. Were there no Force version, it would be a close second to the Galaxy S7 series. Motorola's Android software is better than Samsung's, and the Moto Mods are genuinely...

Jul, 2016

Expert review by : Florian Wimmer (notebookcheck.net)

Motorola Moto E4 Smartphone Review

 

Removable. In this case we mean it in a positive way, since the battery can be removed in the Moto E4. The smartphone is also quite affordable and offers a fingerprint sensor. You can find out in the test whether the competition needs to brace for this.

removable battery ; dedicated microSD slot ; not sensitive to pressure ; quite a lot of LTE bands ; fingerprint sensor ; pure Android ; bright display, good contrast ; hardly warms up ; decent voice quality

cover is very tight ; back cover bends easily ; outdated security patches ; slow WLAN ; quite inaccurate GPS ; camera images blurry in parts ; high power consumption

The Moto E4 is an affordable smartphone that offers some highlights, such as a fingerprint sensor, pure Android, and removable battery. If you don't consider the camera the most important feature in a smartphone or depend on exact navigation, then you...

Sep, 2017

Expert review by : Florian Wimmer (notebookcheck.net)

Lenovo Moto G5 Smartphone Review

 

The next generation. With its latest reincarnation, the Moto G tries to lure us with good value for money and a charming appearance. Our in-depth review is going to reveal whether or not the fifth generation Moto G is once again going to tread in its...

high quality sturdy metal case ; user replaceable battery ; dual-sim version available ; current version of Android 7 ; fast WiFi ; decent call quality ; fingerprint reader ; very bright high-contrast display ; decent speaker ; moderate power consumption

display suffers from slight blue tint ; security patches not up to date ; gets pretty warm ; bad camera performance in low-light conditions ; inaccurate color reproduction in photos

At first glance, we can already tell that the Moto G5 is indeed a very interesting smartphone: affordable yet equipped with a premium display, light metal case, decent interior, and user replaceable battery. Lenovo seems to be on a mission to prove...

May, 2017