The Moto Z3 was in news recently as it has been one of the anticipated phones of this year. And finally, the phone became official yesterday.
First up, the Motorola Moto Z3 gets the outgoing Qualcomm flagship, Snapdragon 835, to handle the performance. In a way, it is kind of a weird choice for Motorola to go for the last-gen flagship processor. Along with this, there’s 4 GB of RAM onboard as well as 64 GB of internal storage.
However, as far as the operating system is concerned, the Moto Z3 comes with the latest Android Oreo 8.1 and it is nearly completely stock assisted by a number of Moto Assist features. For example, there’s a navigation bar at the bottom of the display which is similar to the one in the upcoming Android P.
Coming to the display, there’s a pretty big 6-inch screen delivering Full HD+ resolution (1080p x 2160p). The display is an AMOLED unit promising impressive contrast and sunlight legibility.
At the back, there’s a dual camera module comprised of a pair of 12 MP lenses in which the secondary lens is a monochrome (black and white). Furthermore, the primary 12 MP lens has an aperture size of f2.0. The front side gets an 8 MP camera with the same f2.0 aperture. The battery is a 3,000 mAh unit.
One of the highlights of the Moto Z3 is that it supports 5G network, which would become available next year from Verizon, the carrier which would be selling the Moto Z3.
Keep watching this space for more information about Moto Z3’s availability in other markets.
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