Motorola makes the Moto Z Play available via Moto Maker in the US
If you would love to get yourself a unit of the Moto Z Play in the United States, they have made it in such a way that you could easily claim a unit of the device for yourself form either of Best Buy, Amazon or Verizon. Never before has it been available for purchase via the official website of the smartphone maker but now, they have made it available from their own Moto Maker.
Even though the Moto Maker is not the same thing that we have seen since the time that they released their Moto X in the market, you can still choose the device in colour options of Black and Silver and White and Fine Gold.
However, we are spry to inform you that if you are a registered user of Sprint, you would not be able to get this one to work on your network because it is not in support of the kind of CDMA network that Sprint runs. With one version unlocked, the only CDMA variant of this one is being given to Verizon as an exclusive offer.
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