Motorola's Moto Z3 Play has a brand new all-glass design, along with some new camera features. Even with an 18:9 display, it still keeps the design of its predecessors for compatibility with Mods.
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Lenovo-owned Motorola's latest iteration of its modular smartphone, the Moto Z3 Play, available for pre-order in the U.S. for $499 is reportedly headed for a launch in India in the first week of July.
Motorola's new Moto Z3 Play seems to check all of the right boxes, with a sexy design, modular accessories, a Super AMOLED display, and some new camera features. Here's our unboxing video.
Today, Motorola announced that pre-orders are now available for the Moto Z3 Play. You can purchase the handset from Best Buy, Motorola.com, B&H Photo, and as an Amazon Prime Exclusive Phone.
Motorola today announced the Moto Z3 Play. Along with the modular design that the Moto Z sseries is known for, it also adds some new camera features, like Cinemagraph, and front camera portrait mode.
Motorola has sent out press invites for an event on June 6 in Brazil. The company didn't specifically say this was related to the Z3 Play, but the timing lines up with previous Moto Z releases.
We were able to check out the Moto Z3 Play in full at the end of last month through a leaked render. But now we get to see the handset in the flesh, thanks to a new set of images.
The Moto Z3 Play has been leaked a few times over the past couple months. A new render has emerged, giving us a look at slim bezels around the display, a fingerprint reader on the side, and more.
Lenovo seems to have dropped the ball in protecting details of upcoming Moto devices, as images of its entire 2018 lineup have leaked online revealing critical features of the unannounced smartphones.