There have been several leaks and rumours about the mid-range Moto Z3 Play floating on the internet for quite some time now. According to the sheet, on the rear, the phone will come with a primary sensor of 12-megapixel and secondary sensor of 5-megapixel for depth effect. But then, there's the price. The 3,000mAh battery is the same, however, and the Z3 Play loses a headphone jack.
We knew the Moto Z3 Play was coming soon thanks to a mention in an app changelog and some leaked renders, but now it's official. That expanded display hasn't changed the footprint of the phone, since it still works with all previously released Moto Mods, something Motorola said would be the case. The Moto Z3 Play will have a glass body and come with a 6-inch full-HD+ (1080x2160 pixels) AMOLED display.
The Z3 Play runs Snapdragon 636 chipset - a welcome improvement over the 626 chip. Unlike its predecessor, the Moto Z3 Play does not include a front-mounted fingerprint sensor. There is 4GB of RAM and you can choose between 32GB or 64GB of internal storage. The main camera supports dual autofocus pixel and offers zero shutter lag as with previous Moto Z devices. The front shooter could be 5MP. For one, the fingerprint sensor is no longer on the front of the device, but instead pushed over to the (slightly thicker) aluminum side rail. We can expect "Bokeh" mode support and Artificial Intelligence (AI) features for the cameras as well, though details are unclear at this point. You could capture a plant swaying in the wind, as well as the shadow, and freeze the motion of the plant while the shadow continues moving. The phone will run Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box. Motorola has also gotten on board with Google by building a shortcut for Lens right into the camera application.Читайте также: Sony's First Pre-E3 PS4 Game Reveal: Tetris Effect
Summer is nearly officially here, and that usually means Motorola is delivering a new crop of Android smartphones.
Motorola today launched its first 2018 Moto Z series smartphone at an event in Brazil. The company's usual suite of Moto Actions return yet again, there's Motorola's "One-Key" gesture-based navigation system, and there are some new tricks in the camera app as well.
In the US, the phone will be sold through Sprint and US Cellular, as well as unlocked at major retailers including Best Buy, B&H Photo, Walmart, and as a Prime Exclusive at Amazon. In the U.S., it'll be available sometime this summer, costing $499 unlocked along with the Moto Power Pack (normally worth $50).
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