Weekly Poll: Which Lenovo handset are you most interested in?

Lenovo_Moto_mods_coversLate last week, Motorola introduced three high-end smartphones, the Phab 2 Pro, the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force.

The Phab 2 Pro is the first smartphone equipped with Google’s Tango. Tango is the new name for Google’s Project Tango, which is their 3D mapping technology. The second smartphone introduced at Lenovo Tech World was the Moto Z. The Moto Z takes the crown for thinnest flagship smartphone to come out this year. It features all high-end specs and can expand its functionality through the use of different modules. Lenovo is calling these Motomods. They can be attached to the back of the smartphone using a pin connector, which connects in just a snap.

The third smartphone unveiled was the Moto Z Force, which is essentially a bulkier Moto Z implementing Motorola’s shatterproof display technology. It’ll feature most of the same specifications as the standard Moto Z, and also include support for Motomods. Both the Moto Z and Moto Z Force can be customized to one’s likings using Moto Maker, which allows buyers to pick a rear cover of their choice.

This was perhaps the biggest news in the industry last week. We want to know which of the three Lenovo handsets you are most interested in. Submit your choice in our first weekly poll and leave a comment below this post on how you arrived at your choice. We’re looking forward to hearing your response.

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