Footage leaked of Motorola’s latest smartphone shows a number of new technological innovations. One of these is a customised gesture control system.
Even though the phone design hasn’t changed much, the 6 inch display phone has a small bezel. Its internal components are also set to improve significantly.
The Snapdragon 636 processor is mid-range, along with 4GB of RAM. The 32/64GB storage options are nothing new either.
A feature that could allow the device to shine is its camera. The Moto Z3 Play features dual cameras on the back. It features more camera details too. Like a cinemagraph mode and a colour pop mode.
The Moto Mods are attachments introduced by Motorola that give additional functionality. If the Moto Z3 Play comes with a Moto Mod, it would mean the devices have a clip-on case that gives access to high-speed cellular networks.
Should this be the case, it would mean that the Moto Z3 Play would be the first smartphone to access the 5G network. 5G would deliver higher speed downloads and uploads. In addition to this, there could potentially be a way to allow users to share their 5G connection as a Wi-Fi hotspot. This new cell connectivity can be power-sapping, so the phone’s battery should be able to keep up. At a rumoured 3000mAh, the battery life could potentially be quite disappointing.
What else do we know about the Moto Z3?
Claimed specs include the rumour that he headphone jack is getting dropped, so users can expect to use a USB port.
The device supports microSD cards, which means that users who want additional space can use this card.
The phone has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. In a time when most smartphone designs are featuring fingerprint scanners that aren’t placed in obvious places, the Moto Z3 Play could be going against the gradient. The customised gesture control system is one of the unique factors that the Moto Z3 Play is set to introduce – giving it a certain edge.