Moto Z3 Play with moto mods coming to India in the first week of July

Moto Z3 Play

Earlier this month, Motorola introduced the much awaited semi-modular smartphone, the Z3 Play in Brazil. Now the report has arrived that this new Motorola smartphone will soon be heading to India. For people waiting to purchase this handset in India, this is a good news. The new Moto Z3 Play will supposedly release in India in the first week of July.

Are you a fan of this semi-modular smartphone? If yes, then, you’d be soon presented with an opportunity to buy this handset in India. With this handset, Motorola would be looking to capture the premium segment in the country. Since it was roughly priced in Brazil for Rs 40,000, and that is quite a high cost for a device sporting Snapdragon 636 processor.

Apart from the fact that it has a mid-level chipset, it will offer a range of mods to extend the functionality of the device. These moto mod accessories will go on sale separately. And that means you might end up paying a lot. Does that sound fair to you? Before you give the judgment, let’s jog your memory about the Z3 Play specifications.

Moto Z3 Play Specifications

Sporting a 6-inch full HD+ Super AMOLED edge-to-edge display. It comes with a 4GB RAM and two storage options – 32GB and 64GB. In terms of the camera department, the rear packs a 12MP + 5MP setup where the primary lens with an f/1.7 aperture. Whereas the 8MP shooter on the front is for selfies, it has a f/2.0 aperture, but no LED flash support. All this is powered by a 3000 mAh capacity battery that supports turbocharging.

Would you be willing to pay around Rs 40,000 bucks for these Z3 Play specifications? Drop us a line in the comment section below.

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