Yesterday Lenovo began to deploy their gadgets and present them in way official. Between these devices we have known the Moto Z Play, a phablet of which we have heard a lot in recent months and now have it officially.
The new Moto Z Play has a very low price but if you have a great hardware and the possibility of including some extensions that allows to improve aspects such as mobile photography. However, the Moto Z Play still has 3.5 mm earphone slot, something that looks like it will change in future updates of the model.
Them Motomods are the famous complements that will expand the functions of the Moto Z Play
The new Moto Z Play has a 5.5 inch SuperAMOLED display with FullHD resolution, the processor will be accompanied by 3 Gb ram Qualcomm Snapdragon 625. The storage internal will vary depending on the version, existing versions of 32 and 64 Gb of space internal. Next to the processor, the Moto Z Play will have the 530 Adreno GPU. Besides the two cameras, the terminal will have with a sensor of traces in the part front and a connector in the part back that will allow add new functions to the terminal. In the camera back find a sensor of 16 MP with f / 2.0 and a stabilizer optical’s image while the camera front has a sensor of 5 MP with flash.
Moto Z Play has a capacity of 3.510 mAhbattery, a not very high capacity but if will give a large autonomy to the mobile. According to indications from Motorola and Lenovo, this terminal will have a range of up to 50 h. of mixed-use, a great autonomy with respect to other terminals of the motorcycle brand.
However the price of this mobile no is of range average but goes road of a range high, being 400 dollars the price initial of this mobile. One of the drawbacks or disadvantages that many attribute to this terminal. Even so, the hardware is not nothing wrong and for users who do not make much use of the mobile phone can be a great alternative even though it remains to be seen how behaves this terminal in use every day, not to mention the behaviour of the Motomods or extensions that attach to the back of the mobile.