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Race to the fifth generation

The modular addition that will make the Z3 a powerful device Stops in the body of American standards on the way to formal launch

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Who would not want to get faster wireless cellular connectivity than the home Internet connection on their personal smartphone? The Era It purports to provide this capability with over-gigabyte transfer rates per second (under optimal conditions, of course), with the various actresses believing that there are consumers who will be willing to invest any amount to enjoy this impressive potential - and are making great efforts to reach the long-awaited technology As soon as possible.

We already know that LG, Huawei and OnePlus are vigorously working on the first 5G devices of their kind to the US market and Eastern markets where real 5G networks will be launched in the near future - but will it To get them all ahead, using its Moto brand? Moto Mod's comeback with Indicates that this is a very reasonable possibility.

The fifth generation addition is almost Pay on its own - taking over all cellular communication capabilities in Z3 as part of its operation

MOTO Z3 smartphone Launched last year with 845 and a well-known modular connector in its back promised to be one of the first in the world to support the new generation when it matured, and now it seems that the time has come to redeem the checks, even though the model did not really thrill consumers and did not have real commercial success.

There are ten antennas for the different operating frequencies - including four millimetric wave antennas in the 28GHz range which is the unique addition that should make the Quickest

The 5G Moto Mod Has been documented in the FCC With a smart array of ten antennas that include proximity sensors that operate according to the user's grip at a given time, Snapdragon 855 built-in, a new X50 modem from Microsoft And a built-in 2,000mAh battery - all packed together in a 7-millimeter-thick module designed to connect to the Z3, and ostensibly as a device named Z3 Pro not yet announced (or canceled, alternatively).

This visit probably indicates a launch very soon, which could allow Lenovo to boast that it is the first in the race - but we still do not know how exactly this unique extension will cost, and whether there is a relevant target audience that holds the Z3 and will be willing to invest an additional cost and multiply the weight and weight of the product only for improved download speed.

Does the Pro version of the The old Z3, relatively - or is it an innocent mistake and not a transition?

Whether it's a commercial success or not - it will be very intriguing to examine the performance of this unique mod, as far as information transfer rates and battery consumption are concerned, even with devices In which all the required components are understood, as well as the fourth-generation models familiar to us all.


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