Motorola Moto G4 Play to be compliant with all US carriers
The day is bright, bright and clear, and Motorola has taken the chance to introduce a new device into their ever growing line-up of devices. The have out yet another sibling into the G4 family and so far, this one that is named the G4 Play is the cheapest in this family which is not surprising since most of the specs on it doesn’t point to a mid-ranger but rather, entry level offering.
For the United States markets, one thing that would be interesting to prospective customers even more than the hardware components and software specifications is that the smartphone would be compliant with all of the major mobile device carriers in the country. This also means that the phone can be ported from AT&T network or T-Mobile provision to either of Sprint or Verizon.
Coming out of the box with the Android Marshmallow 6.0, the G4 Play comes out of the ox with a 5-inch screen and a screen that has a resolution of 720p, spelling the entry level status already. As regards other specs, kindly check out other posts to get a full grasp on things.
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