Moto Z Play: Mid-Range Sibling that Persists with the Legacy Port:
Lenovo’s much-anticipated Moto Z Play is finally out in open at the 2016 IFA and it looks like a pretty powerful addition to the existing Moto Z family. This smartphone is a typical mid-ranger but still supports the MotoMods, via the integrated POGO Pins. Here is a detailed analysis of the existing specs sheet:
Moto Z Play flaunts a glass-made chassis which is slightly prone to fingerprints. Moving on, the front and real panels are also made up of glass with a metallic frame sitting between them. In terms of physicality, we also get Moto’s trademark nanocoating on this gadget making it water repellant. A 5.5-inch Full HD screen is on-board, supporting SUPER AMOLED display technology. This device boasts of 4G LTE connectivity, Dual-band wireless support, Bluetooth compatibility, GPS for navigation and the much debated 3.5mm audio jack.
One of the best aspects has to be the MotoMods connectors which are placed similarly as compared to the more powerful siblings. Apart from that, this smartphone also features a substantial camera hump.
Android Marshmallow v6.0.1 isn’t the best deal associated with this smartphone when Android Nougat has already been launched, officially.
Unique selling Points:
Purchase Moto Z Play for the Snapdragon 625 chipset with an Octa-Core processor at the helm. The featured CPU clocks at 2GHz and is perfectly complemented by 3 gigs of RAM and 32GB of on-board storage. We also get a 16MP rear shooter with laser AF and a 5MP selfie module with a wide-angle lens. Lastly, this device is powered by a 3,510mAh battery unit with the company claiming up to 50 hours of extended backup.