Moto Z3 Review - Complete Information Motorola's definitely trying really hard to stay in the market but the competition that the Mo...

Moto Z3 Review

Moto Z3 Review - Complete Information

Motorola's definitely trying really hard to stay in the market but the competition that the Motorola Phones are facing in the market is too strong. The Moto Z3 though a mid-range smartphone, is Motorola's flagship device. The Moto Z3 does lack a lot on paper but there is one feature that could be a game changer for the Moto Z3 and that is its 5G mod.

Moto Z3 Review
Moto Z3 Review

The phone was launched in the market for a price of about $480 and is available with a number of mods. The concept of mods seemed really good a few years ago when the moto Z line up was first released but now people are more inclined to buy a phone that is fast, thin and more appealing to the eye. Here’s our review for the new Moto Z3.

Design and Display 
Motorola's Moto Z3 packs a rather simple design while the side bezels around the screen are really thin the same cannot be said about the top and bottom chin of the device but the thing that is appealing to the eye is the all-glass back which is a big fingerprint magnet. On the right-hand side of the phone are the volume rockers and the fingerprint sensor while alone on the left side is the power button.

The top of the device houses the sim card slot and the secondary microphone while the bottom has the USB Type-C in the center. The back of the device houses the dual camera setup and the pins that are used to connect to the mods are also present at the bottom side of the back. The device is p2i splash resistant but there is no IP certified water-resistant rating on this device meaning that the phone can be damaged if it ever came in contact with water.

The device is also thin with a measurement of about 6.75 mm. You can easily buy this phone online using Mobikwik Add Money Offer with discounted prices. 

Talking about the display of the device, the display on the Moto Z3 is a 6.01 inches Super AMOLED panel with a Full HD+ (2160 x 1080p) resolution and an 18:9 max vision aspect ratio. There is no notch anywhere around the screen, in fact, the top and bottom bezels are actually quite big, and the screen to body ratio of the Moto Z3 is just about 79%. The front of the device is protected with corning gorilla glass 3 but the same isn't mentioned about the back of the device anywhere.

Performance and Interface 
The performance on the Moto Z3 is pretty mediocre, the phone has an octa-core CPU clocked at 2.35 GHz and runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. The phone also has an Adreno 540 GPU for gaming and other graphics related actions. The phone comes with a 4 GB of RAM and a 64 GB of internal storage there is also an SD card slot available in the phone that can house expandable storage up to 2 TB.

The Moto Z3 runs on Android 8.1 out of the box and can be updated to Android 9 pie, one thing good about the Moto Z3's interface is its simplicity. The phone comes with almost no bloatware except for some inbuilt Motorola applications which are otherwise quite useful. People who like stock android experience but cannot afford a pixel will definitely appreciate a Motorola phone.

The almost stock UI of the moto Z3 does help a bit to its speed and performance while the benchmark scores of the Moto Z3 are pretty far behind when compared to other flagships, the Moto Z3 still won't disappoint you while doing normal day to day work.

Camera and Battery Life 
The camera performance on the Moto Z3 is also just fine, on the back the Moto Z3 houses a dual camera sensor with the primary camera being a 12 MP f/2.0 shooter while the secondary camera is a 12 MP f/2.0 monochrome camera.

Choosing a monochrome camera is kind of odd since most of the Camera setup these days consists of a telephoto or a wide-angle lens as their secondary camera. The rear camera setup has laser autofocus and can shoot 4K videos at 30 fps and 1080p videos at 60 fps.

The Moto Z3 packs a 3,000 mAh Li-Ion battery which will typically get you a day's worth of battery life with medium usage but the small battery is compensated with the fast charge function that is available for this device. The phone comes with a 15W fast charger out of the box that should get you about half a day's battery life in 30 to 40 minutes of charging time.

Verdict
The Moto Z3 is a really good phone but we feel that the pricing is a bit high for the specifications the phone is offering or vice versa.

The phone has a simple design and can be bought with a 5G mod that costs about $350 and is only available for Verizon users in the US if you are after high-speed 5G internet and live in the area where the 5G Verizon internet is supported we suggest you check out the Moto Z3.

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