Last month we told you that the unlocked variant of the Moto Z went up for pre-order on Amazon in the UK, and now almost a month later, the same is true of the US Amazon store. You can pre-order the “Lunar Grey” model of the 64GB unlocked Moto Z for $699.99, and it’ll be available October 2nd.
Lenovo Moto Z Stories September 19, 2016
Lenovo Moto Z Stories August 14, 2016
GSM Unlocked Moto Z goes up for pre-order on Amazon UK
The Moto Z is a phenomenal smartphone, but there are still issues. One of the biggest, however, was the launch. With an exclusive release on Verizon Wireless only, Motorola/Lenovo have really kept eager customers waiting. But it seems that might end soon. Earlier this week a new listing went up on Amazon UK for the yet to be released GSM unlocked Moto Z.
Lenovo Moto Z Stories August 3, 2016
It’s August, and with an ever-increasing number of notable Android OEMs reaching maturity, we’ve seen more new handsets than usual launch this summer. The summer started off strong with the Moto Z and Moto Z Force (not shipping!), and most recently Samsung finally showed us its Galaxy Note 7 after many months of leaks. But which ones are the best buys?…
Deal: Get Pixelbook at 25% off: $750!
Lenovo Moto Z Stories July 28, 2016
PSA: Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid now available at Verizon
Lenovo-owned Motorola just launched its latest flagships, the Moto Z and Moto Z Force. For now they’re only available as “Droid Edition” phones, exclusively on Verizon and — of course — packing a picking of Verizon’s bloatware apps.
After first going up for pre-order last week, the phones (and their Moto Mods!) are now available for purchase outright from Verizon’s website…
Lenovo Moto Z Stories July 26, 2016
Now this one’s a doozy. Sometimes you just can’t get clear and concise statements from a company about a product’s features, and the latest is about whether or not Motorola/Lenovo will commit to monthly security updates for the Moto Z. It’s been a bit of a roller coaster, but the latest suggests that while you will get updates, you shouldn’t expect to get security patches on a monthly basis…