The modular capabilities of the Moto Z range set it apart from most mobile devices on the market at the moment. And this week saw Motorola announce its latest augmentations, with the involvement of third party firms helping to bolster its capabilities.
Firstly, there is the Juice Pack from established smartphone peripheral manufacturer, Mophie, which provides a 60 per cent boost to the Moto Z’s battery life and can either be charged in tandem with the onboard cell, or receive power separately.
Secondly, the Incipio Vehicle Dock is available for people who want to make the most of their Android handset when they get behind the wheel of their car. It not only makes it easier to mount the device on the dash, but also helps to synchronise the Moto Z with the vehicle’s infotainment system, so long as there is compatible hardware onboard.
The transformative properties of Motorola’s current flagship range are certainly intriguing, if not quite enough to make it a clear frontrunner in the market at the moment. As long as it keeps introducing new add-ons, it may build momentum for these devices and encourage other manufacturers to follow suit.