Moto Z3 will receive support 5G as plug-in module
Recently Lenovo announced plans to launch a smartphone with support for 5G networks. Within a few days, she kept her promise. However, the novelty was presented not under own brand and under the brand Moto, which is known to be owned by Lenovo. The model is called Moto Z3.
There is one “but”: while the machine is not able to work in networks of the fifth generation. And not just because of the fact that they are deployed for commercial service next year. The fact that support for the 5G directly in Moto Z3 is absent. Appropriate adapter the smartphone will get later in the form of a replaceable module Moto Mods. Note that the rumors about this accessory went back in the spring.
As for the rest of the specifications, Moto Z3 is slightly different from the previously released Z3 Play, with the exception of the rear camera and processor. The phone is made in splash-proof housing with a fingerprint scanner on the right side and power button on the left. Software platform, it is a stock version of the Android operating system 8.1 Oreo.
Moto Z3 display is made by technology Super AMOLED and is characterized by a diagonal of 6 inches at a resolution of 2160 × 1080 pixels. Above the screen are front-facing 8-Megapixel camera with a 1.12-micron pixels, aperture of f/2.0 and a field of view of 84 degrees. The back of the PV panel consists of two 12-Megapixel sensors. The first contains a 1.25-µm pixels and is equipped with a lens aperture of f/2.0, the second removes only a monochrome image.
Hardware-based Moto Z3 — SOC Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. Volumes of RAM and flash memory equal to 4 and 64 Gbytes, respectively. The source of power for the smartphone is the battery capacity of 3000 mA·h.
The U.S. model will go on sale on August 16 of this year the operator Verizon. Color is only one black ceramic (Ceramic Black). Retail price Moto Z3 — $480.