Motorola is preparing to release this year’s Droid models. Images of the series are all over the internet. The series will have a high-end model which will be Motorola’s flagship for this year. The flagship device is going to be the Moto Z Force Droid Edition. The Moto Z Force could be considered this year’s version of the Droid Turbo. The device will feature a shatter proof screen and a battery of 3500mAh capacity which will provide up to 40 hours of battery life. And then there is the Moto Z Droid Edition.
Motorola’s Moto Z Droid Edition might not have all the same specifications of Moto Z Force Droid Edition. However, the device will be powered by the Snapdragon 820 chipset. The smartphone will feature 4GB of Ram and will be compatible with the Moto Mods accessories.
Moto Z Droid is also going to feature 5.5-inch AMOLED screen, but it might not be shatter proof. The screen will have a resolution of 1440 x 2560 and it will be protected by Corning Gorilla Glass. Moto Z Droid might lack some features compared to the Moto Z Force but it is still a powerful headset and nothing to sneeze at.
But that is not all, there is more good news for those thinking of buying the Moto Z Droid Edition. The smartphone will come with two years of unlimited cloud-based storage. Users will be able to save original high-quality images via Google Photos. According to last months rumors, Nexus users might also get unlimited Google Photo storage at original high-quality for photos and videos (4K videos included). This cloud storage service would be offered as a way to raise sales of Nexus phones and tablets.
Unlike the deal rumored to be offered to Nexus users, Moto Z Droid Edition users will have a two-year limit for Google Photos storage. Those two years will go by so swiftly that those who take Google up on the free, unlimited storage offer shouldn’t wait too long to consider their exit strategy for when their two years are up. Despite that, the offer is pretty good considering that you can store high-quality images for two years for free.