The Moto Z Play is one of three versions that so far Lenovo’s Motorola has released to complete its new range of high-end smartphones. It joins the Moto Z and Moto Z Force, although it happens to form the first step of the range.
At the design level, the Moto Z Play has great similarities compared to other models in the Moto Z range. The case has a hardened glass cover and aluminum sides in a housing that measures 154.6 millimeters high by 76.4 millimeters wide. The thickness of the equipment is of 6.99 millimeters and weighs 165 grams.
The Moto Z Play technical data sheet includes items such as the display. In this new Moto, the manufacturer opts for a Super AMOLED panel of 5.5 inches and FullHD resolution.
The SoC introduced in the Moto Z Play corresponds to a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 of eight cores and 2 GHz, to which is added a GPU Adreno 506 to 650 MHz.
The RAM of the computer is 3 GB and the storage system is made up of 32 GB internal with the possibility to expand through the slot for microSD cards up to 2 TB.
Wireless connectivity consists of an Advanced LTE modem capable of connecting to 4G plus networks of up to 300 Mbps in download and 50 Mbps in upload. The WiFi connection n is dual band and the Bluetooth 4.0. The GPS is assisted with compatibility for GLONASS networks. The physical interface is based on the USB-C connection.
The main part of the camera is the adoption of a 16-megapixel backlit sensor capable of recording video at 4K and slow motion (720p @ 120). It has lenses with aperture f / 2.0. Other additional features are the laser focus and PDAF phase detection and dual LED flash with tone balance. As for the front camera, the sensor is five megapixels, with f / 2.2 aperture lens.
The autonomy of the Moto Z Play is determined by a battery of 3,510 mAh that offers a time of mixed duration of up to 50 hours. The device supports TurboPower’s fast charging technology that allows charging for 15 minutes to support up to nine hours of telephone conversations.