Moto Z3 with true 5G capabilities officially launched for Rs 35,000


Motorola has announced the Moto Z3, the company's latest smartphone at an event in Chicago, USA.

As for the 5G Moto Mod, Motorola says it'll be available early next year.

Though the haze of marketing is thick in the 5G world, mobile and fixed initiatives seem to be evolving in parallel, Verizon's earliest commercialization will be on the fixed side, but AT&T has promised to launch mobile 5G in a dozen cities this year. These carriers are part of an intense race to get to 5G as a way to burnish their reputation for network superiority.

Similar to the Moto Z3 Play, the Moto Z3 has One Button Nav that offers an iPhone X-like experience. That said, the smartphone also comes with Motorola's signature features like Moto Display and Moto Actions. I have no problem with 1080p displays, but those who are used to Samsung's Galaxy phones and their phenomenal displays may not be impressed. This facility unlocks dynamic information presentation to Moto Z3 users when they point the camera at any object, building, shop, establishment or geographical landmark. Apart from that, Motorola has also announced that it does not have any plans to launch any more Moto Z series devices this year.

The phone's only questionable spec is its Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip. On the front, you'll find an 8-megapixel f/2.0 selfie snapper too.

That's pretty impressive considering its packing a 3,000mAh battery.

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As expected, the Moto Z3 looks identical to the Moto Z3 Play. It comes with features like portrait mode, true black and white, face filters, manual mode and object recognition, which is powered by Google Lens.

The Moto Z3 is the first device that can be upgraded to 5G, with the new 5G Moto Mod.

However, as mentioned - despite the marketing hype - the Z3 isn't created to support 5G without using an add-on in the form of a 5G moto mod.

Motorola has officially launched the flagship smartphone, the Moto Z3 in the United States on the 3rd of August along with the 5G MOD, which will available in early 2019.

Another perk of attaching the 5G Moto Mod to the Moto Z3 is that it will give you an additional 2,000mAh of capacity. The device is compatible with all previous MotoMods Motorola has up its sleeves as well as the new 5G Moto mods which the device comes with. The Android-powered device is slated to go on sale in the U.S. market on August 16, which will be available on Verizon only. Does it change the device's form factor significantly? You could essentially get a reasonably priced phone for $160, which is phenomenal.