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Review: Motorola Z Droid, Z Force Droid for Verizon Wireless

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Very nice but...


Jul 21, 2016, 10:50 AM
These new phones seems to be an excellent choice, although I miss the old camera interface where you can tap anywhere on the screen to snap a pic, and not search for the shutter button. But on the other hand, it's now easier to set focus, similar to Samsung's Galaxy phones.

But what I'd really like, is a smaller version of this phone. This size is simply way too large for most people! Why not offer a 5.0" (or better a 4.6") screen size with 1080p screen for smaller hands. I'm sure they will have a winner as many people will go for it.

Think about it, Moto!
Eric M. Zeman

Jul 21, 2016, 11:08 AM
Actually, you CAN tap anywhere on the screen to snap a picture. It's an option. You have to set the camera do allow for tap-to-shoot or the shutter button during initial setup.

Jul 21, 2016, 11:24 AM
Please , no more 5 inch phones. There are an enormous amount of choices for phones 5 inches and smaller. I hope the trend continues towards bigger phones and more choices in size.

Jul 21, 2016, 3:26 PM
Huh? Enormous amount? In the last few years, Samsung, LG, Motorola, HTC, Sony, all switched towards 5.0" and larger! Show me one modern phone smaller than 5.0"!! (Except for the iPhone, which so many people still love).

I am not against bigger phones. All I'm asking is, give us a choice. Not every phone needs to be that big. Some people have smaller hands. There are so many choices out there for huge phones, some people love phablets, others wanna talk more on the phone rather than watch youtube all day long. Choice is always good.

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