Lenovo took the camera area very seriously – something Motorola found hard to do. The Moto Z-Force uses a 21MP sensor with a large aperture of f/1.8. The Moto Z Force uses laser and phase detection autofocus (PDAF), a dual-tone flash, and OIS. The Moto Z Force uses a 5MP FFC with a f/2.2 aperture, LED flash for selfies and video chatting. The Moto Z Force packs a 3500mAh battery that should get you throughout the day. It has one of the fastest chargers we have ever seen – 5v/5.7a TurboPower 30 charger that can charge the Moto Z Force battery 50-percent in only 20 minutes. One of the ‘Mods’ increases the battery by 2200mAh and adds wireless charging capabilities as well.Besides the new models, the big news this year is the Moto Mods. What is nice about the Moto Mods is that they do not invade the body of the device, as they do on the LG G5, since they merely snap onto the back with magnets. Something else to consider is that the Moto Z Force does not include the standard 3.5mm headphone jack. The Moto Z Force handles headphones via an adapter that plugs into the Type-C reversible port to accept earphones. It measures in at 155.9 x 75.8 x 7mm and weighs in at 163 grams. It looks like pricing will be around a hefty $720 exclusively on Verizon.…And The Winner Is…Motorola-Lenovo-Moto-Z-Force-AH-NS-08The Final WordOnce again, the Lenovo Moto Z Force comes out as the winner of this comparison. Pricing is about the same for both devices, with the Moto Z Force actually coming in a little more expensive, but it just seems that the extra money is well worth the gift of extra performance.The Moto Z Force has a slightly smaller display, but it uses the AMOLED technology that allows for greater contrasts and viewing from different angles. It also sports the ShatterShield display to prevent the display from breaking when dropped – a feature that seems to work. The Moto Z-Force has a much better processor and GPU processor, and faster RAM. The cameras are both excellent and the Moto Z Force has a larger battery with quick charge, as well as a Moto Mod that adds a 2220mAh battery and wireless charging.The LG V10 is an excellent smartphone – it has looks, performance, and interesting dual 5MP FFC – and let’s not forget the dual display. However, when it comes to real performance, it is lacking with a Snapdragon 808, DDR3 RAM, and an Adreno 418. The price is still too high for what you are receiving.The new Moto Z Force is the technically superior device, but it is a Verizon exclusive – something to keep in mind if you do not want to change carriers.