Reviewers Liked

  • Innovative design with Moto Mods, The best battery we've ever tested, Decent performance and camera output, Near stock Android
  • Battery endurance like few other phones can touch, Moto Mods compatibility without a flagship price tag, Speedy fingerprint scanner's a joy to use
  • Build Quality: Something that Moto has always been wellknown for, Battery Life: Perhaps the longestlasting smartphone available in the US, Moto Mods: I really think that Moto hit the nail on the head with modularity here. Doing a much better job than LG d
  • Compatible with all existing Moto Mods, Battery life is outstanding, Moto brought back the 3.5mm headphone jack, Lower price point than the Moto Z and Moto Z Force, Captures detailed images under ideal settings, Solid build quality
  • Works with all Moto Mods Long battery life Includes a headphone jack Waterrepellent

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • Too much carrier bloatware, Fingerprint sensor easily confused for home button
  • A slightly more capable 6series Snapdragon chip would have been lovely, Recharging times slower than with Moto Z Force Droid
  • Availability: It's going to be available at Verizon first as a “Droid Edition” and then available elsewhere. This should be available everywhere at launch. Exclusives are not a good idea in this day and age
  • Choppy graphics processing performance, Grainy images under low light, No OIS means jittery video, Longer exposure when shooting photos under low light, Comes with the usual Verizon bloatware
  • Weaker performance So much Verizon bloatware Average cameras Fingerprint sensor still doesn't work like a home button