Moto Z Smartphone, Android, 5.5″, 4G LTE, SIM Free, 32GB – £299.95 @ JohnLewis
Razor thin with a sleek metal design, the Moto Z from Motorola is built to be bulked out with the brand’s Moto Mods, which will transform your device into a movie projector, boombox and battery powerhouse. On its own the Moto Z is still forged to impress as it measures only 0.49cm in depth and fitted with a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, low-light 13-megapixel camera and fingerprint reader for advanced security.
Power to play
The Moto Z has the ultra-powerful Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 820 processor, which when coupled with a 4GB RAM allows you to stream videos, play games and multitask without delay or interruption.
Capture the moment
The 13MP main camera is designed with optical image stabilisation and laser autofocus to allow you to take stunning images in any light, so you can confidently capture all those special moments. Single or group selfies won’t be a problem either as the Moto Z has a 5-megapixel front-facing camera with a wide-angle lens and extra flash for evening shots.
Quick password unlock
No need to type in your password to open your phone as the Moto Z has fingerprint security. This also means you don’t have to remember your password and it can’t be guessed by anymore else as it’ll be unique to you.
This provides improved functions and features such as the redesigned home screen with permanent Google search bar including the refreshed Google logo; vertical scrolling on the app drawer; and predictive app search to help you find what you’re looking for. Another winning addition is the Now On Tap as it interprets what’s on your phone’s screen when to deliver contextually relevant results. For example, if you’re texting a friend and mention a title of a film or book, then an automatic Google search will be conducted to bring you the latest reviews or sites where you can buy the mentioned title. Another highlight of Marshmallow is the Doze feature as it’s designed to preserve battery life by switching background tasks that aren’t in full use to hibernate.