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Motorola just released two new TV commercials for Moto Mods – one for the Moto Insta-Share Projector and the other for the JBL Soundboost Mod – and they are pretty funny.

The first is for the Moto Insta-Share Projector, which projects up to 70 inches on any flat surface. It comes with an integrated kickstand and even provides you with an extra hour of battery life. This portable projector will set you back $299.99. In the ad, we see a couple running away from zombies. And what do you when you’re being chased by vicious zombies? Well why, you project a cute cat video against the wall and distract them!

The second ad is for the JBL Soundboost Mod, which features powerful stereo speakers, a built-in kickstand, and 10 hours of extra battery life. The speaker module will cost $79.99. We see a police officer chasing after a thief, and the kind-hearted thief stops for a moment to get some jams going for the tired cop.

Pretty funny, eh?

Modular phones may be the future. LG and Motorola are two major players in this arena with their flagships G5 and Moto Z. The G5 makes you take out the battery in order to switch between modules, which is a bit inconvenient. Unlike the G5, however, the Moto Z and Moto Z Force employ an easier method for attaching modules or Moto Mods: you simply place it on the back of the device, and the ultra-strong magnets hold it in place.

The all new Moto Z and Moto Z Force are set to launch very soon around the world, so it’d be interesting to see how Motorola’s implementation of modules will fare compared to LG’s not-so-successful attempt.

Will you be purchasing the Moto Z or Moto Z Force? Do you think modularity could be the future of smartphones? Let us know by leaving a comment below!

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