Lenovo unveils theMotorcycle The new Z Play, which offers many good things but also a price tag is problematic
When we first heard about the designated Moto Z Play model, it seemed like a winning idea for the Lenovo landlady - a device that combines chip Economical processing and a relatively large battery depending on the Play models in the past, and the dedicated magnetic connector of theMotorcycle Z, which opens a window to modular covers that add uses and capabilities to the device. All this at a truly popular price, we hoped.
Now theMotorcycle Z Play has been officially launched, providing everything we thought and hoped but doing so at a high recommended price tag.
On the new smartphone you will find an 5.5 Super AMOLED screen and an 1080p resolution with a Gorilla Glass cover, chip Snapdragon 625 The latest 2 core octagonal cores with an 506 GHz core, a graphical Adreno 3 core, 32GB RAM, built-in 7GB storage with microSD card, an unusual 6.0.1 profile and almost identical to the Moto Z The others, Android OS XMUMX Marshmallow, fingerprint scanner built-in preview, chip Built-in NFC camera, 16 main megapixel camera with phase and laser detection, dual-color LED flash and photo support 4k And in slow motion photography, an 5 megapixel front camera - and a connector USB Type-C that provides a quick charge for a generous 3,510mAh battery that is expected to allow a good life in combination with the economical chip.
The Moto Z Play will be offered for purchase in the United States with the cost of 450 dollars (excluding tax) and the price of 500 Euro in Europe (including tax) - which is definitely not cheap for chip Which is designed for devices with a cost of 300 dollars and less, and even higher in 70 than the new Nova Plus price Huawei Which includes very similar hardware, minus the modular support of course. The extra cost of about EUR 100 or more for the really interesting modular plug-ins already brings the Z Play to the league of flagship products, and far from the middle range to which we hoped to associate.
The Moto Z Play still looks like a product that can suit consumers who want Lenovo's unique modular concept,Motorola And less interested in the level of performance that their device is capable of - but this too probably will not continue to spur modularity into the mainstream, becoming the new hit that is simply irresistible. Maybe in a few months we'll start seeing "liquidation sales" that will lower the price accordingly?