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The Moto Z4, priced at $500 unlocked or $240 on Verizon, shows that the Moto Z series is now on a different path. It is the latest Moto flagship phone, but in the greater scheme of things, it has “mid-range” written all over it. It seems as though the Moto Z line is now focused more on the core experience fundamentals, rather than the specs.
Selling for $384, Asus looks to be taking a crack at the “affordable flagship” division with the Zenfone V, albeit a contender better suited for 2016, and thusly forfeiting such a distinction in 2017. Still, many 2016 phones can hang just fine with this year's newest breed. So, can the V hang too?
With different manufacturers helping Google create this hardware, and fundamentally different screens on these two options, does this year's Pixel lineup lose some of its unity? How do Google-designed phones compare to the rest of 2017's very, very competitive lineup? We've been spending the last couple days with both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL in the hopes of answering just those questions.
Being the first mobile device to support both Tango and Daydream, Google’s AR and VR platforms, the ZenFone AR retails as much less of a niche product than it would have only a few short years ago. Instead, Asus’ newest phone is also their most high-end, and can easily be viewed as a flagship...
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