updating its flagship see lineup Lenovo
owned Motorola has launched the new moto z3 smartphone at an event in Chicago the
Moto z3 supports moto mods which makes it a lot easier to customize and comes
with one new mod that will leapfrog the device into the world of modern
communication in 2019 a 5g moto mod at the event along with the Moto Z 3 the
company also announced a 5g moto mod which is powered by a Qualcomm
Snapdragon X 50 modem for 5g networks it also packs a 2000 mAh battery as of now
there is no word on the pricing of the mod but it is to go on sale once US
carriers begin 5g rollout as part of a limited launch offer Motorola is
offering the Moto mod at $50 which is otherwise priced at $100 the Moto Z 3
features a six inch Super AMOLED display which has a resolution of 20 160 X 1080
pixels and an 18-2 9 aspect ratio under the hood the Moto Z 3 is powered by a
Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 35 chipset along with 4 gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes
of internal storage in terms of optics it sports a dual rear camera setup which
is a combination of a 12 MP primary sensor with AF / 2.0 aperture and 1.25
micron pixel size and a secondary monochrome sensor the camera is
accompanied with a dual LED flash up front is an 8 MP sensor with 1.12 micron
pixels and 84 degree field of view one of the highlights of the moto z3 is its
fingerprint sensor which sits on the side of the device instead of the usual
position under the rear camera module the Moto Z 3 runs Android 8.1 Oreo and
employs an ear stock version with gesture support similar to that upcoming
OMP fueling the smartphone is a 3000 mAh battery the moto z3 is priced at $480
without a contract the device is also available with a 24-month installment
plan starting at $20 per month