It was at the hands of Lenovo that Motorola introduced us to its Moto Z line. After many years where the X line was top of the range, here things have changed and we have a new top line, the Z line. But it is important to point out that this line was unveiled in the summer of 2016 and we are therefore striding towards its third iteration which could be made up of the Motorola Moto Z3 and Moto Z3 Play.
One of Motorola's Z-line assets is its modular philosophy. In a year when we saw a failed attempt by the LG G5 to bring the modular philosophy to market, Lenovo came up with this new line of smartphones that made that philosophy much more practical.
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The so-called Moto Mods can easily be coupled to any compatible smartphone through the connectors on the rear of the equipment. All this without having to disconnect and reconnect your smartphone. This is where Motorola got the better of LG.
At this presentation, Lenovo promised its users that the Mods would be compatible with future generations of the Z line. To this end, the company forced itself to maintain a design, otherwise it would fail to speak up. This was the case with the Z2, but things may change slightly with the Z3.
At least that's what makes us understand the latest renders Motorola Moto Z3 and Moto Z3 Play provided by the site Droid-life. The graphic representations provided by this publication show a renewed and much more appealing front.
Will this be the new Motorola Moto Z3 and Moto Z3 Play?
The main news is precisely on the screen of these Moto Z3 and Moto Z3 Play. Second is advanced, they should be 6 inches with reduced margins and an 18: 9 ratio. There is also a slight curvature in the side of the screen, something very similar to what Samsung has used in its tops.
Already on the back of these Motorola Moto Z3 and Z3 Play the differences are not many compared to their predecessors. In fact, they are very similar, keeping that protrusion in the equipment chamber and the 14-pin connector at the bottom.
That is, if these images are to come true, Motorola will considerably reshape the front end of its new tops – so to speak – but will keep its modular philosophy introduced two years ago.
But something missing from these images is the fingerprint sensor. On the front, due to the reduced edges of the smartphone screen, it is not shown. We don't see it in the back either, and we won't be able to see if the company wants to maintain its modular philosophy. Will she opt for a biometric reader built into the screen? Or simply abolish this feature, as Apple did?
Remember that Motorola has a habit of unveiling its tops in the summer. Therefore, it is still a long time before they are officially unveiled and it is still too early to be certain of anything. Moreover, these are just graphic representations, not official images of the equipment.
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