Moto to launch Moto Z3 on August 2: the first 5G module

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Moto to launch Moto Z3 on August 2: the first 5G module

Lenovo owned Motorola is all set to launch its flagship smartphone- the Moto Z3 on August 2 at an event in Chicago. Recently the Moto teased the statement “a whole new way to connect, stream, download, video chat, and more” on its youtube channel which suggests the device will be equipped with faster internet chipset. Now as per the fresh set of leaks the Moto Z3 will be the first to have 5G Module which actually makes sense according to the company’s statement.

It is also said that the new Moto Z3 flagship mobile phone will give up the non-breaking screen technology, and will also cancel the Force Edition function. At present, Qualcomm said that the new 5G baseband has not yet been shipped, but there are also reports that starting from the second half of this year, some manufacturers will be aggressively equipped with 5G functions. In this way, Moto hopes to grab the 5G communication market through 5G modules.

Moto-Z3

In addition to the flagship mobile phone Moto Z3, the new product launch will also include the Moto C2/C2 Plus and Moto One/One Power with Android Go system. The technical details of the Moto Z3 are currently unknown, but the Moto Z3 Play and other entry phones are already in the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.

We’re expecting the Moto Z3 to have some significant changes as it is the flagship device from the Company, the only confirmed spec of the device is a Snapdragon 845 processor. It is expected to sport an 18:9 display as the Moto Z3 Play but it is also possible that it has a notch as almost all the flagship devices this year have a notch. Following the trend, it will also be featuring the glass back design and dual camera at the back.

Moto One Power

On the other hand, as leaks suggest Moto One Power will feature a 19:9 6.2-inch screen with a notch, dual 12+5 megapixel rear cameras, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and a 3780mAh battery. It will also carry the Android One branding.

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