As scheduled, the Droid Editon variants of the Motorola Moto Z and Moto Z Force smartphones have been launched. The devices are now listed on Verizon’s website as available to buy, with the former costing $26 a month (or $624 outright) and the latter setting you back $30 a month (or $720 outright).
As for available MotoMods, the Insta-Share projector carries a price tag of $299.99, while the JBL SoundBoost Speaker costs $79.99. Then there are TUMI power banks ranging from $59.99 to $89.99, and a wide range of Incipio Back Plates that are priced at $14.99 each.
The Moto Z and Z Force are expected to land in China sometime early September.