One of the bestselling features of the newly announced Moto Z and Moto Z Force smartphones is that they carry support for snap-on accessories called "MotoMods." These modules can be attached on the 16-pin slot that is present on the rear sides of Moto Z and Z Force smartphones. Lenovo has revealed several MotoMods that will be supported by the new smartphones.

Here are the following MotoMods present on Motorola’s website that were showcased at the launch event of Moto Z and Moto Z Force smartphones:

Style Shells

These are nothing but different kinds of cases that are made up of plastic, leather, real wood, fabric and so on for Moto Z and Moto Z Force. These shells will assist in adding unique style to the smartphone.

JBL Soundboost

JBL Soundboost contains two 3W speakers with frequency range of 200 Hz to 20 KHz that can be snapped to the backside of Moto Z and Z Force smartphones. Once it is attached, the smartphone will automatically begin playing on the speakers. The JBL Soundboost also includes an extra 1,000 mAh battery that can boost the battery life of the smartphone.

Incipio offGRID Power Pack

The Incipio offGRID Power Pack includes a 2,200 mAh battery for additional power the Moto Z and Z Force. It has a thickness of 6.2 mm. The power bank will be also available in a variant that will support Qi and PMA compatible wireless charging.

Moto Insta-Share Projector

The Moto Insta-Share Projector is a pico-projector that can be used to project the content present on the display of the Moto Z phones onto a large screen of 70 inches. It offers a native resolution of 854 x 480 pixels. It also features an inbuilt battery of 1,100 mAh that can deliver a projection time of around 1 hour.

MotoMods Developer Program

Lenovo has launched a developer program that will enable third-party companies to build MotoMods. The MotoMods are said to be future-proof, which means the MotoMods for Moto Z and Moto Z Force will be compatible with their successor smartphones that will be launched next year.

Source: YouTube / Motorola Mobility