Motorola announces Moto Z3 with 5G Moto Mod support

Motorola announces Moto Z3 with 5G Moto Mod support

Motorola has just announced the first 5G phone for Verizon. As of now, there is no information on the exact pricing of the Moto 5G MOD what so ever.

Motorola announced a 5G Moto Mod with the Moto Z3, which is going to give customers the ability to connect to 5G when Verizon gets 5G up and running.

Motorola has unveiled its latest flagship device for 2018 - the Moto Z3.

Motorola previous year launched the Moto Z2 Force in July.

The Moto Z3 price in the United States has been set at $480 (approximately Rs. 33,000). The smartphone will be sold exclusively through Verizon in Ceramic Black option starting August 16th. Moto Z3 can be bought for $20 per month for 24 months and Motorola is offering up to $300 off on the phone under its device payment plan.

On Thursday Motorola held a special event at its USA headquarters in Chicago to announce two new products: A smartphone, the Moto Z3, and a new 5G Moto Mod. Under the hood, the smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

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The Moto Z3 comes with dual camera setup with a primary sensor of 12-megapixel with f/2.0 aperture and secondary sensor also of 12-megapixel.

To the front, the phone comes with an 8 MP camera which has an aperture of f/2.0 and an 84° wide field of view. Fueled by a 3,000mAh battery that supports fast charging, the phone ruins on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.

This means that if you buy this phone now, with the 5G Moto Mod you should not have any issues connecting to 5G networks in the future. Not to mention a new OnePlus 6T, the LG V40, and now the Moto Z3.

In several ways, this phone is lower end than the Z2 Force: It has a lower-resolution screen, and at 6.2 by 3.0 by 0.27 inches (HWD) and 5.5 ounces, it's a little thicker and heavier than last year's phone (6.1 by 3.0 by 0.24 inches, 5.04 ounces).

While there might not be something that special about Moto Z3 at first glance, the smartphone will become truly unique in 2019 when Motorola will make the brand-new 5G Moto Mod available for purchase. But the 5G Moto Mod opens up several possibilities without encumbering the smartphone with additional embedded hardware. Although the announcement has only been public for one full day, tech critics have already started to barrage the struggling cellphone manufacturer with broadside attacks, for two reasons: 1) 5G technology still isn't ubiquitous enough at the consumer level to be useful - 2) Technically speaking, the Moto Z3 doesn't inherently support 5G. While the user can enjoy up to 5Gbps speeds on a mobile device, the Mod is also as thick as the device itself.

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