The Show: Episode 116 - Moto Z Reviews

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On today’s episode of the Droid Life Show, as you probably guessed, we’ll be diving into our final thoughts on the Moto Z and Moto Z Force now that reviews have been posted. Not only that, but we’ll talk Moto Mods, pricing and availability, and hopefully answer questions you may have if watching live. After that, we will move onto the latest on the Galaxy Note 7, Android N DP5, and Verizon’s latest attempt to kill off unlimited data for some.

Join us at 1:00PM Pacific (4:00PM Eastern) for the fun.

If you miss us live, feel free to subscribe to us by following one of the links below. We have a video embed as well and will be chatting it up over at the YouTube page for the show. You can find it here.  

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