The upcoming Moto Z Play surfaced today on GFXBench, just ahead of its official release on September 6th.
The beauty of a concept phone is that it is not bound by software or hardware limitations. It can be as unreal as possible but still grab the attention of people. Last year, Motorola came up with the DROID Turbo 2 which was one of the best flagships of 2015. Even though we expected a sequel, Motorola decided to change things up this year, with the Moto Z Force flagship. But that didn’t stop concept maker Toooajk from making a Motorola DROID 3 Concept.
Who would have thought that the Moto Z Play, a smartphone who was starring in numerous leaks and rumors for the last couple of months will show up in China? Well, considering that Lenovo bought Motorola’s mobile phones division, this is hardly a surprise, right?
If the E3 is not enough for you, here comes the Moto E3 Power, for the power users out there. The Power moniker stands for an outstanding 3500 mAh battery, which should be enough even for obsessive-compulsive Pokemon Go players, though I may be underestimating them.
Cool photos with the upcoming Moto Z Play just got leaked (again) today and the most interesting thing about the still unannounced smartphone is the glass back-panel.
Today’s an interesting day ladies and gents if you’re living in the former EU member UK, as we just got word that the Moto Z flagship was spotted on Amazon UK. Okay, it’s just a “pre-order” job, but that doesn’t matter too much, does it?
LG G5 made headlines for being one of the first modular phones in the market. The phone had a number of attachments that could be added on to the phone for enhanced capabilities. Shortly after that, Motorola announced that their latest flagship, Moto Z, would come with Moto Mods, which is basically the same thing that LG did. The Moto Mods include Soundboost from JBL, a Power Pack from Incipio OffGRID and an Insta-Share projector. Today we have a leaked picture of the Moto Z Camera Mod which is allegedly made by Hasselblad.
The Z squad ( Moto Z and Z Force) is already available in the land of the free, home of the brave (that’s US folks, right?), but today’s good news is for UK residents, as the Moto Z is set to arrive in the Kingdom early in September with a price tag of, hang on to your Mary Poppins hat, £495. Translated into real money, it means almost $650.
Most of the big smartphone releases are official with the exception of the iPhone 7, the Nexus, and a few other stragglers. The Moto Z Play is one of those tardy devices, but that will soon change as it has finally made its way through TENNA.
Around 10 days back Verizon announced the Moto Z and Z Force and it was up for pre-orders. The phones are part of Motorola’s brand new Z lineup which is aimed to replace the X series of smartphones. The Moto Z and Moto Z Force come with high-end specifications and are aimed at premium users. Coming with the Snapdragon 820, 4GB of RAM and very capable cameras, they are one of the best devices produced by the Lenovo-owned company. The Moto Z Play will be launched as the medium-ranger among the three phones and will pose a strong competition to the likes of Xiaomi, Huawei, and other Chinese phone makers.