Galaxy Note 7 vs Moto Z: Display
While not everyone wants or needs a big screen, some absolutely love it and won't downgrade to something smaller. That makes the choice a little easier for a Note 4 owners or someone that enjoyed the 5.7-inch Moto X Pure Edition from 2015.
This year the Moto Z is only 5.5-inches, but does have a 2560 x 1440 Quad-HD AMOLED display. It looks great, gets bright, and the AMOLED means colors are vivid and crisp. There's no LCD like older Motorola phones here. Meaning it gives Samsung a run for its money more than most probably thought.
However, the Galaxy Note 7 is slightly larger coming in at 5.7-inches, but it's also curved. Meaning it will only feel a little bit bigger, but it is bigger for what it's worth. The Edge has extra features, quick access to apps, measuring tapes and other fancy apps, but for the most part is just a neat look. I don't use the Edge on the Galaxy S7 Edge, but it's a conversation starter, that's for sure.
Potential buyers will need to decide if they want a curved screen or not, and if the size matters. Both are Quad-HD AMOLED screens at the top of their game, but Samsung usually beats the competition in terms of quality. The only other thing we can think of is the Moto Z is smaller, so technically it could have a sharper display, but at this high of a resolution it won't matter much. Both will look amazing.
Curved screen that's bigger, or flat but only 5.5-inches, that's the choice.
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