Moto Z3 Play and Moto G6 are two of the best products that Motorola can offer so far. Remember the time you were giving your best on the school to prove your excellence well in this school these two smartphones are on the right path doing the same. This year the company shows that they got ingredients to make truly impressive devices. It looks like the G6 can be a flagman by the pocket of simple users too.
The G series goes stronger and better with every each following model and we can notice it. This month Motorola released also their real flagman Moto z3 play this phone in our opinion its pure fun and quality. The Z3 play got the formula to become one of this year’s top handsets. Even if you are not one of the biggest fans of the trademark you will definitely admit that maybe just maybe want to get one of them on your hands.
Time to see what all the fuzz about and see “what’s under the hood” of both models. If it’s worth upgrading to Moto Z3 Play and if buying Moto G6 is a good idea. We will take a look at the 3 things that Motorola grabs the attention of the regular consumer: design, software and hardware, and camera.
Let’s start with the design of Moto G6 it’s a high-class quality at an affordable price. Metal frame with glass panels makes you feel like holding quality in your hands. The back panel is protected by Gorilla Glass 3.0 protecting it from accidents.
The front panel is stylishly curved to the frame. With aspect ratio 18:9 and 2160 x 1080 FHD resolution the 5.7 inches LCD display leaves space right below itself for the fingerprint print sensor, speaking of which it’s not a button and it is very quick can be also used for navigating in the menu.
From a hardware this handset has 8-core Snapdragon 450, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory making the device capable of playing multimedia, work nice and smooth and even play some games. The 3000 mAh can give you an average of a hole day normal usage. Thanks to the fast charging technology about 10 minutes are enough to get the phone powered for another few hours work.
Speaking of software Moto G6 has installed Android 8.0 (Oreo) and a just a little bit but very useful own software. Navigating the menu from the fingerprint sensor, turning on or off the night mode and gesture shortcuts like opening the camera by shaking the device it’s a small part of what it provides.
On the back panel of the configuration, its located a pair of two cameras 12 megapixel f/1.8 and 5 megapixels. The second camera is used to help some of the photo modes – portrait, cutting of objects keeping one color in the frame as well as others. The daylight photos taken are of pretty good quality having the automated HDR gives your pictures detail of the frame good contrast and colors. With the sun going down and losing the light we get loss of quality that we can recognize in this class handsets.
The front camera is 8 megapixel packed with some filters to make your selfies special. All of this smartphone pleasure can be yours at the price of about $320.
The flagman Moto Z3 Play will amaze us with its design aluminum frame and both panels (front and back) protected with Gorilla Glass 3.0. Splash and dust resistant with dimensions 156.5 x 76.5 x 6.8 mm and weight of 156 grams keep the standard high. The 6 inches AMOLED display of Z3 play is with 2160×1080 resolution and aspect ratio 18:9.
. Maybe a little disappointing is the fact that there is no support for wireless charging and no 3.5mm headphone jack. Compensating maybe even more comfortable the fingerprint sensor is side located. Just like the Z2 version, there is support of the Moto mods – accessories that can be attached on the back panel.
Equipped with Snapdragon 636 the 1.8 Mhz, an octa-core processor, Adreno 509 GPU and 4 GB of RAM Moto Z3 Play can provide you the productivity you pay for. Its internal memory is offered in 128, 64 and 32GB versions. Battery with 3000 mAh keeps your device working for one day and yes it does recharges fast. Android 8.1 runs as an operating system and makes sure you get fast updates.
Dual everything about the primary camera is dual. Resolution of 12 megapixels (f/1.7, 1.4µm, DP PDAF) plus 5 megapixel, dual pixel phase detection autofocus, dual-LED dual-tone flash. Some of the features include Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, panorama, and Auto-HDR.
The front camera is 8 megapixel (f/2.0, 1.12µm) providing some good quality selfie photos. This handset has a price responding to its class $499.
The conclusion that’s how Motorola keeps its good positions on the smartphone market, buying the mid-range Moto G6 or their high-class Moto Z3 Play might not be such a bad investment.