The Moto Z4 is the latest addition to Motorola's Z-series, and this phone is a pretty good deal for $500. Though it’s both splash & dust resistant, you wouldn't want to test your phone against the elements of nature. Nobody would. Hence, slapping a case or a cover seems to be one of the most practical solutions.
But before we get down to exploring all the cases and covers for your new Moto Z4, let us first see if these cases would be compatible with the cool Moto Mods.
When it comes to Moto Mods, be it the Hasselblad True Zoom or the nifty JBL Sound Boost, they need to sit flush with the phone for them to work properly. So, a thick armored case, even if it has a cutout for the connector pins will defeat the purpose. If you manage to connect them, the Mod in question might not work as expected.
In situations like these, you either take off the cover when you have to slap on a mod or go completely case-less if you find it a bit hassling to remove cases.
If you are someone who belongs to the first category, here are some of the best cases for your new Moto Z4.
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1. Bebest Heavy Duty Full Body Protective Phone Case
The first case on our list is the Bebest Heavy Duty case. With a solid build, this one is designed to fully protect your phone against any wear and tear, or scratches and dings. Plus, it comes with a handy kickstand, which makes it very convenient to watch movies and TV shows.
It is the kickstand that continues to win praises from many users. Apart from the case, the Bebest Heavy Duty carries a textured back, which makes it very easy to grip. On top of that, the corner bumps make sure that your phone remains in top-notch condition.
The Bebest Heavy Duty Full Body Protective Phone Case retails for
If you want an easy-to-peel case for your Moto Z4, you can check out the Shock Absorbing Rubber Case by Tekcoo. Compared to the one above, this one is light and doesn’t add much bulk to the overall look of your phone. Plus the color combination of turquoise and grey seems rather attractive.
It comes with a dedicated cutout for the connector pins of the Moto Mod. However, that is just for the show and won’t be of much use. Apart from that, the Tekcoo case checks all the boxes when it comes to fit and looks. And so far, there hasn't been any complaints regarding its size and fit.
The case extends a little over the edges and the camera modules to protect them from scratches when the phone is kept face down.
Another case with a similar design is the E-outfit Hybrid Protective case. This dual-layer case combines the best of both worlds — it has a hard TPU inner sleeve to absorb and a hard plastic outer cover. Both of them help to keep your phone in pristine conditions.
The key advantage of this case is its durable build. It looks and appears sturdy and strong. And as per one of the user reviews on Amazon, the phone was able to survive two drops.
Furthermore, the cuts are correctly aligned. And at the same time, the rear camera and the screen is kept protected from scratches, thanks to the raised lips.
The Tudia Heavy Duty case is for you if you do not want the connector pins to show at all. This case covers the rear and the edges completely. The buttons are also covered, thus protecting your phone from dust and grime.
The crux of this case is its dual-layer and dual-color design. While the outer shell is built using a hard polycarbonate, the inner layer is made of soft TPU to absorb the brunt of falls.
Moreover, the top and the bottom edges are colored black, while the rear is painted in a metallic shade. It retails for $10.99.
Do you want the shiny black of your Moto Z4 to shine through? If yes, you might want to try out the KuGi Moto Z4 Ultra Slim Case. It’s a slim case, which as per the makers, only add an extra 1.2mm thickness to the phone’s profile.
The case seems sturdy, and it fits really well. Furthermore, it offers a great grip, and the feels great in the hands too.
The KuGi Moto Z4 Ultra Slim Case retails for $7.95.
Another clear case on the market is the Raysmark Flexible Clear TPU Case. Unlike the one above, this case comes with air pockets on the corners. And apart from that, the cover sits flush with the phone.
This case also has a dedicated cutout for the connector pins. However, you’ll have to take out the case if you want to attach any Mods. But the good thing is that the case is flexible, which makes switching cases an effortless job.
The Raysmark Flexible Clear TPU Case costs $6.98
Are You a Mod User?
Sure, the Mods make the phones of the Z-series look very cool. Not to mention that they also help raise the overall experience as well. However, at the same time, you must also ensure that the phone remains in immaculate conditions, minus any ugly scratches and dings.
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