Moto Z Play finally launched as an unlocked version, sells for $449
The first time that Motorola gave us a peek at the Moto Z Play as at the IFA 2016 event and just a few days after that, they launched it for sale to those that would love to have it, but there was a small problem.
Not everyone could get a unit and this was not due to the issue of regions but one of carrier because it was made a Verizon exclusive as at the time of launch.
Well, Verizon should have cashed in the most on the device because now, Motorola is offering us the same smartphone as an unlocked model and this kind would sell for $449 in the United States.
From the Moto Z Play, we were able to get 5.5 inches of screen and that was built on an AMOLED technology with 1080p resolution after which it features a QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 chipset under the hood, paired to 3GB of RAM.
These specifications were then mixed with a battery power of 3510mAh and in the standard tests, this battery loves up to the 50 hours of standby that was promised by the manufacturer.
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