Both products are controversial for separate reasons, but let’s begin with a quick recap of the Moto Z2 Force. One of the phone’s highlight features is its 5.5-inch, 2,560 x 1,440 resolution POLED display that is immune to shattering from certain heights. Around back is another of the Moto Z2 Force’s highlight features: dual 12 MP cameras. One camera is strictly for color, while the other takes monochrome images, though putting the two together enables portrait images.
Under the phone’s hood sit Qualcomm’s quad-core Snapdragon 835 processor and 4 GB of RAM, with the microSD card slot expanding the 64 GB of storage by up to an additional 2 TB. Finally, the Moto Z2 Force supports Motorola’s Moto Mod ecosystem, which is where the 360-degree camera Moto Mod comes in.
As the name implies, the Moto 360 Camera Mod uses two 13 MP sensors to stitch together a 360-degree image or video. The Mod interfaces with the stock camera app and gives you several modes for picture-taking: split-screen, a sliding, panorama-style mode, a fish-eye view, and a circular view.
Neither product is exactly cheap – the Moto Z2 Force sells for anywhere from $720 to $800, while the Moto 360 Camera Mod goes for $300 and does not feature a built-in battery – but if you like what they have to offer, you can check out where you can buy the phone and Moto Mod at the links below.