Updated: July 30, 2008 10:59:36 AM
Motorola's upcoming Moto Z3 will be launched along with a 5G Moto Mod. This was revealed by The Android Report, which claims through an internal source that this improvement will be available with the phone. The Moto Z3 kicks off on August 2, the same date that Motorola One and One Power are set to debut.
According to the report from The Android Report the Moto Z3 is considered the flagship of the company. This spot is currently held by the company's Moto Z2 Force. In addition, the phone would include a 5G Moto mod and is expected to be introduced exclusively in the United States as Verizon. With Verizon expected to launch its 5G services later in 2018, this expansion makes the Moto Z3 the first 5G-compatible smartphone. In addition, this Moto Mod will be the first available 5G modem the public. Moto Mods are improvements on a Motorola phone in the form of a back cover, which can offer many improved features such as advanced battery backup and camera zoom. They are connected by magnetic pins to the main body of the phone.
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Moto Z3 could be a 6.3-inch display that is expected without a notch too come. It also became known that the phone could have a sandwich glass design and should have a fingerprint scanner. Unlike the Moto Z2 Force, this phone is not equipped with shatterproof glass.
The Moto Z3 can run on Snapdragon 845 and could support QuickCharge 4.0 from Qualcomm. The cameras that could be included on this device include 12MP + 12MP dual-rear sensors and an 8MP front sensor.
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