Phone Comparisons: Lenovo Moto Z Force vs Google Pixel

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Do we have a good one for you today – The Lenovo Moto Z Force goes up against the new Google Pixel. The all-new metal Z Force with its Moto Mods takes on the newly polished glass and metal Pixel. Google replaced their much-loved Nexus series with a new Google Pixel and Pixel XL, although many loyal Nexus customers are not at all happy about it. It was evident that things started changing with the large Nexus 6 and then last year with the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. The Google Pixel series is the beginning of Google trying to start their own ecosystem – connecting their Smartphone to their Home products, so the user has total control. Both the Google Pixel and the Moto Z Force are receiving some very favorable reviews. Let’s look at just what these two devices have in common, if anything, and then we will take a closer look at each one in hopes that we can determine a winner of this comparison.

These two devices do have a few things in common, but we won’t find it in their size as their screens are one-half inches apart. Their displays both use an AMOLED technology, but different resolutions. To protect their screens from abuse, the Z Force uses their ShatterShield technology and the Google Pixel uses the Gorilla Glass 4. They both use a Snapdragon processor – 820 versus 821 – and they both use an Adreno 530 for their graphic needs. Both devices are packing 4GB of DDR4 RAM and 32GB of UFS 2.0 internal memory. The camera areas are both excellent, but they achieve those excellent results with different sized lens and electronics. They both use non-removable batteries and offer rapid charge capabilities. They both pack a fingerprint sensor for unlocking the device as well as authorizing mobile payments. They have the usual suspects – WiFi, Bluetooth (v4.1 on the Z Force and v4.2 on the Pixel,) GPS, NFC, And the Type-C reversible port for charging and data transfer.

Please take a thoughtful look at the detailed Specifications Comparison chart below and here you will see just how these two great devices stack up against one another – click on the “View Full Comparison” link at the end of the chart to expand the details. After that, we will look at each device in greater depth and point out some of its pros and cons. From all of this information, we will try to determine the winner based on specs and execution of design and functions. Read More at: