The recent introduction of the Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid smartphones, which replaced Motorola’s previous line of Moto X smartphones, are perhaps the first real example of how the hardware will fare now that Motorola is working under the auspices of Lenovo. The new phones have many of the nicer aspects of the Moto line — the higher level of voice responsiveness and the live display, for example — while adding a radical new one: The ability to use snap-on modules (called “Moto Mods”) to the back of the phone to add devices such as a projector, an extra battery, speaker or camera.

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