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The Motorola Moto Z4 is finally official and it brings more modest specs, a larger battery, single camera, and the same Moto Mods.
It's $350 full retail, but $50 to the average Verizon customer. However, if you want to use the 5G network with your Moto Z3, it will cost extra.
It's been a complicated process to get the 5G Moto Mod engineered for best practices interacting with the new network. An FCC shutdown didn't help things.
Other aspects for the Moto Z4 Play have been rumored, including internal specifications, availability information (at least for India) and pricing.
One of the big features in this software update that is not native to Android 9's kernel improvements is 5G access via unavailable hardware.
Renders reveal a fairly fresh look to a smartphone series merging a flagship hardware aspect with mid-range specifications.
We've got a spill on the specs and some interesting notes on how the more things change, the more Moto stays the same. So it goes for a Moto Z3 successor.
We tapped the minds of some of our media colleagues to figure out why the Moto Z3 is such a disruptive phone in both good and bad ways.
There's a whole bunch of flash conversation going on about how to run ads, Sprint, and also notches, notches, notches. We could use a little scotch.
Motorola is running with a big risk. The facade has gotten a decent upgrade. The inside has not. All for a major leap of faith in 5G.
An event has been set for August 2 at 3pm Eastern at Motorola's Chicago headquarters. What for isn't clear, but the company says it's a game changer.
This time around, the Moto Z2 Force goes down below the $500 level, but only if you like it in black and are using AT&T.
That official Moto Z3 Play announcement has to be right around the corner now that the modular phone is rendered in perfect clarity and great detail.
Probably the most exciting thing about the fast-approaching Moto Z3 Play smartphone is an optional 5G Moto Mod we can see in a duo of freshly leaked pictures.
An internal Lenovo document, verified as legit by a reputable website, further details and confirms the key specifications and features of the upcoming Moto Z3 Play.
The renders show a most interesting development in the Moto Mods connector design in that it has not changed at all, even as prior speculative leaks marked changes.
Another speaker accessory for the Moto Z phones makes it four out of four. But this one is just a bit different as it's sleeker and less bloated.
It's been exactly 45 years since Martin Cooper made the world's first ever mobile cell phone call, and the only proper way to honor the occasion is buy some Motorola gear on the cheap.
The Moto X4 successor may not be while Moto Mods may not be as imaginative as Lenovo had hoped they could be. All as the mobile division suffers financially.
Priced at Rs. 34,998 by itself, the newly expanded Moto Z2 Force "shatterproof" smartphone also comes with a TurboPower MotoMod for just one extra rupee.
It's very much like the deals that went over Christmas, but it's back for Valentine's Day anyways, so you might as well give it another think.
Motorola wants to move some smart speakers onto customers' phones and it wants to do so badly. It's gonna do it for the next at no charge to customers.
That's six devices displayed with some presentational panache with a seventh device in speculation on the Z3 lineup. More to come over the year, for sure, but a great first look right here.