The Moto Z Play dazzles in new, clearer photos
Just a few days ago, the upcoming Motorola Moto Z Play device paid a visit to China’s TENAA office to get a certification and as is the norm, we had the chance to get our hands on a few specs and also, images. The images were then of low quality but now, someone seems to have been able to get their hands on a unit of this model and have blessed us with even better images to look at.
As you would notice from the pictures already, the Moto Z Play bears some semblance to the other two announced in the Moto Z line-up (the Moto Z and Moto Z Force) and this similarity is even not lost on the camera hump of the device. Despite being the one destined for the smallest pockets, the Moto Z Play has managed to retain the fingerprint sensor on the back and seems to have been built in metal too.
Bound to become official soon, we are looking at a device that can offer 5.5 inch of screen set at a resolution of 1080p. On the back is a 16MP camera and on the front of a device, a 5MP shooter for taking selfies.
Using a 3150mAh battery, the device runs the Android Marshmallow 6.0 out of the box and would pair its 2GB of RAM with a 16GB internal storage space, all operated by a QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 chipset. From what we have heard, the market should prepare for variants of 2GB RAM/16GB space, 3GB RAM/32GB space and even, one with a 64GB internal space.
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