Everything That We Need To Know About The Moto Z3 Play

The Moto Z3 Play And Everything We Need To Know About It

The Moto Z3 Play will launch in Brazil today.  Let us find out all that we need to know about it.   Leaks of the smartphone have given out key specifications and features of the Moto Z3 Play.

The Design And Display Of The Moto Z3 Play

As per leaked photos, the said smartphone will have a glass back design and a bezel-less 18:9 aspect ratio display.  It does not appear to have a notch on top of the display like most flagships of this year.  It will use a white software button instead of a physical home button.

Another noticeable change is the repositioned fingerprint sensor.  It could be embedded on a button on the right side.  It is also probable that the company could add other authentication methods for unlocking the phone, like facial recognition.

Its display could feature a 6-inch full HD display, with thin bezels on top and on the bottom.  The “Motorola” branding could be found on the bottom bezel (or the chin), instead of the home button.  Its dual rear cameras would be horizontally aligned along with dual LED flash.  It will also come with support for the 16 magnetic pins at the back to connect Moto Mods.

Its Camera And Software

The Moto Z3 Play could sport 12MP+8MP sensors at the back with dual LED flash.  Artificial Intelligence and the “Bokeh” mode support features for the camera is expected as well.  But the details are still unclear at this point.  The front shooter could be 5MP and the pone will run Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box.

Moto Z3 Play’s Processor, Battery, And Memory

A recent listing has hinted that it will run Snapdragon 636 processor instead.  It could be available in 4GB RAM + 32GB/64GB of storage.  A 3000mAh battery could back the device.

These are the available details of the Moto Z3 Play based on the leaked reports.  But we have to wait for the official launch to know the full details of the device.

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Samsung Galaxy SIII to be unveiled on March 30?

The world has been waiting long and hard for the much anticipated arrival of Samsung flagship device, the Galaxy S III. The company originally suggested that they would be releasing this product at the Mobile World congress. But, Samsung retracted the statement days before the event took off.

Since then, a lot of speculations have arisen as to the delay of the release. But most importantly, people were so hyped up that they couldn’t stop thinking about the new smartphone and what it brings to the table.

Gizmodo released an image of Phones 4u store in London that has a banner with the message ‘Coming 30.3.12’. The website states that, “These shots were taken of the Phones 4u store on London’s Oxford Street, but apart from that we don’t have much information. We know Samsung’s going to announce its new flagship within the next couple of months, but previous rumors pointed at April and May, not March.”

So what then was the sign all about? Your guess is as good as mine.

As for the phones features, it seems like nothing much has changed since the first leaks went out. It is said to have a 12 MP camera with a LED flash, slow motion, time lapse and the video recording rate of 60 fps. Those are but a handful of it.

Now, let just keep our fingers crossed.

mage credit: Gizmodo.com

New Zealand shops prepare for latest iPad launch

Tech shops and retail outlets in New Zealand are preparing for the rush of Apple enthusiasts as the popular iPad will be made available in their country this week.

Selected JB-Hi Fi stores will be opening its doors an hour earlier than the usual to accommodate the throng of individuals who are expected to be flooding their gates to purchase the new tablet.

The Warehouse had made 100 iPads available online last Tuesday. These tablets were bought in the US and were quickly purchased by New Zealanders.

The device has been available in select countries internationally since last week with Apple selling about 3 million units on its first week of release.

The latest iPad which boasts of 4G capability and a 64 GB memory is the most expensive iteration of the device.

Apple is expecting that this device will safeguard their tablet business in the advent of tablet technology and companies pouring on their money in this business.

The 4G technology is 10 times faster than the 3G technology. Analysts expect that the latest iPad will have a more improved video quality.

The new iPad has a battery which has a battery 70% bigger than the previous versions is expected to lord over the rest of the field.

Image source: segine.com

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