We've learned a lot since Lenovo's (this is still a bit difficult to say) Moto Z and Z Force were announced last month. First, that they'd be launching as Verizon exclusives (unlocked versions are scheduled for September), then that they don't have a 3.5mm plug but do come with a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter, and have 2 years of free original quality Google Photos uploads. Pros... and cons. We also heard rumors about the different Moto Mods' pricing, but no date or prices were fully confirmed until today.

As of now, you can pre-order the Moto Z DROID, Moto Z Force DROID, and the Moto Mods from both Motorola's and Verizon's sites. Before you do, you may want to check Ryan's first hands-on impressions of the phones (full review coming later) and David's impressions of the Moto Mods.

With that out of the way, here are the links and prices:

  • Moto Z DROID (Motorola, Verizon): $624 upfront for the 32GB model, or $26 per month
  • Moto Z Force DROID (Motorola, Verizon): $720 upfront for the 32GB model, or $30 per month
  • Moto Mods (Motorola, Verizon):
    • Moto Style Shell: starting $19.99
    • Incipio offGRID Power Pack: starting $59.99
    • JBL SoundBoost Speaker: starting $79.99
    • Moto Insta-Share Projector: starting $299.99

Note that Verizon's Moto Mods page is actually the DROID line landing page (there doesn't seem to be one page for all the Mods), but it does state that you can get 40% off a second Moto Mod. The discount applies to the cheapest Mod, obviously, and they have to be different models for it to work.

Delivery is scheduled for July 28. But if you'd rather wait to read more reviews and opinions and maybe see one of these in your hand before purchasing, Verizon says it'll have them in stores on the same date, July 28.