Upcoming Motorola Moto Z Play spotted on GFXBench, probable pricing released
The Motorola Moto Z Play has already been made official in an unofficial way and we already know that we would be getting to see this one in the flesh come the 6th of September. While we might have been making speculations and running after rumours on what to expect for a while now, the current passage of the smartphone through a benchmark test has revealed some of the things that we should be looking forward to on the launch date and when they start rolling out to users.
From GFXBench, the 5.5-inch smartphone was confirmed to be running with an octa core processor clocked at an operational frequency of 2GHz. The earlier rumours that this new smartphone would use the QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 chipset tallies with what we have seen from this GFXBench test and alongside that, it would also run an Adreno 506 GPU.
With 3GB of RAM to handle all of the processing and an internal storage memory of 32GB, the back of the smartphone is graced with a 16MP unit while the front is adorned by the 5MP snapper. With a fingerprint scanner keeping the rear camera company, we don’t even need to check to see that the Android Marshmallow 6.0 would be preinstalled in this smartphone. Following another leak, you could own all of these specs for $446
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