The new Moto Z is the latest flagship from Motorola, now a division of Lenovo.
The defining feature of the Moto Z is its support for snap-on "Moto mods" accessories.
When you aren't using a Moto mod, one of several "Style shells" can be used to give the Moto Z a distinct look and improve its grip.
The Moto Z measures just 5.19mm at its thinnest.
The Moto Z has a 5.5-inch 1440x2560-pixel screen.
There's a USB Type-C port on the bottom of the Moto Z, but no 3.5mm audio socket.
The Moto Z has a 13-megapixel primary camera with dual-LED flash and optical image stabilisation.
There's also a 5-megapixel front camera with its own LED flash.
The power and volume buttons are on the right.
A fingerprint sensor on the lower front can be used to lock and unlock the Moto Z.
The Moto Z has a hybrid SIM tray and supports either two Nano-SIMs or one Nano-SIM and one microSD card.
The camera bump adds considerable thickness to the Moto Z.
Motorola has launched several Moto mods alongside the Moto Z including a Hasselblad camera, JBL speaker, Incipio battery and Moto projector.
The Moto Z comes with a charger, USB Type-C cable, headset, 3.5mm adapter, and plastic bumper.