On the back, there is a touch of gold through the Magnetic Connectors from the Moto Mods. You can expect the performance to be similar to the other flagship smartphones, with its 2.26GHz Snapdragon 820 processor.
The scrolling is fast, and the Android skin doesn’t create a problem at all. Sadly, there is a lot of Verizon bloatware that you cannot delete. Motorola’s camera app always had two interesting features.
Firstly, you can tap anywhere on the screen and take a picture. Secondly, you can twist your wrist and easily activate the camera. There are some uncomfortable features as well. The fingerprint sensor which is located below the screen is not a home button.
In fact, it is an alternative on/off button. The virtual keys located at the bottom of the screen can be used for home. On first sight, it can be a bit surprising to you.
Meanwhile, the Moto Z Play has a 3500mAh battery. On a decent day of usage, it should hold out pretty well. The 13MP rear camera should be able to provide some quality photos as well.
Sadly, Lenovo and Motorola are yet to announce when this device will be launched. It clearly indicates that this device hasn’t passed the development stage yet.
Stay tuned for more updates and information on Motorola Moto Z Play!