Moto Z DROID Owners Will Have One Huge Advantage Over Other Phones


Moto Z DROID was one of the phones that was announced alongside Moto Z and Moto Z Force, and the company is offering you yet another reason to make this device your daily driver. Find out right here.

Moto Z DROID Is Offering You Two Years’ Of Free Unlimited Google Photos And Guess What? This Feature Will Have One Massive Perk Of Using It

Now, getting unlimited storage from Google Photos for two years will definitely get your hands tingling to grab a Moto Z DROID, but there are other advantages of owning the handset too. One of the things you might not have noticed is that you also get the opportunity to save your videos and all the media that you record on your smartphone is going to be saved in its original state, meaning that it is not going to be compressed in any manner to degrade the overall quality when you get down to viewing it again.


This also means that you will be able to record and upload 4K footage without losing quality at all. However, make sure that you do not use your carrier data to upload and download that content otherwise you will end up paying more than you would expect. Aside from this amazing offer, Moto Z DROID also offers other reasons for consumers to upgrade and those reasons come due to its impressive hardware specifications.

Moto Z, Moto Z Force And Moto Z DROID Spec Shoot-Out

Featuring a 5.5-inch AMOLED display with a QHD resolution, the smartphone packs a durable, yet rugged chassis which the company claims to be shatter proof (while the reinforcing of Gorilla Glass will definitely make it more durable, it is far from shatter proof when you decide to go to the limits of exerting heavy amounts of damage to the handset). Additionally, the combination of a Snapdragon 820 and 4GB LPDDR4 RAM is going to make all the difference in performance and a 3,500mAh cell has been stated to provide up to 40 hours of battery life.


The only problem is that if you’ve uploaded a myriad amount of content in its original state, then you’d better have a backup plan once those two years are about to be end. There’s nothing like losing a ton of data due to sheer carelessness.