Yesterday, the Moto Z and Moto Z Force were unveiled by the new owners of the Moto brand, Lenovo. The devices showcase some bold, if controversial, design choices. While they may be lacking headphone jacks, they are not lacking for power or top-notch specs worthy of their flagship designation.

To help you sort out the differences between the two, we've prepared this handy-dandy chart. Clean your glasses and turn up your screen brightness – it's specs ogling time.

FeatureMoto ZMoto Z Force
Size153.3 x 75.3 x 5.2 mm155.9 x 75.8 x 6.99 mm
Screen/Resolution5.5" AMOLED/2560 x 1440/535 ppi/Corning Gorilla Glass5.5" AMOLED/2560 x 1440/535 ppi/ShatterShield
Battery 2600 mAh 3500 mAh
USB TypeUSB Type-C 3.0 TurboPowerUSB Type-C 3.0 TurboPower
Headphone JackNoNo
CPUSnapdragon 820Snapdragon 820
SoftwareAndroid 6.0.1Android 6.0.1
SD SupportYes Up To 2TBYes Up To 2TB
WiFi802.11 a/b/g/n/ac802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Rear Camera13MP/ƒ1.8/4K Video21MP/ƒ1.8/4K Video
Rear Camera FeaturesOIS/Laser Autofocus/Dual LED Flash/HDROIS/Laser Autofocus/Dual LED Flash/HDR
Front Camera5MP/ƒ2.25MP/ƒ2.2
Front Camera FeaturesWide-Angle Lens/FlashWide-Angle Lens/Flash
Fingerprint SensorYesYes
Water ResistanceWater Repellent Nano-CoatingWater Repellent Nano-Coating

As you might expect, there are a lot of similarities between the two devices. The only major differences are battery capacity, screen material, and the rear camera. Both are compatible with Moto's new array of MotoMod accessories, so you won't have to weigh that when considering between the two.

As of now, the pair are destined for an undetermined period of exclusivity at Verizon, so, if you aren't a Big Red customer you won't be able to pick one up for a while anyways. Which do you prefer, the Z, Z Force, or neither? Let us know in the comments below.