amazon Motorola Moto Z3 reviews
The design of the Moto Z3 resembles the recently released Moto Z3 Play. There was a clear design difference between the Play and non-Play versions of the Z series, but no longer exists. Aside from the Verizon label on the back of the Moto Z3 and the blue Z3 Play, you wouldn’t be able to tell them apart from the looks alone. Z3 has the same design as the Z3 Play, the same dimensions and no headphone jack.
The Z3 has a beautiful design, a comfortable grip and the thinness of the phone is quite ideal. The fingerprint sensor is mounted on the side – it’s the perfect spot for your thumb if you use the smartphone with your right hand and unlock it. For left-handed users, the sensor with them will not be easy to use.
- The display screen
The Moto Z3 has a 6-inch AMOLED display with 18: 9 aspect ratio similar to Z3 Play, super thin bezels, vivid colors and sharp FHD + resolution. The widescreen display makes gaming and movies great. What’s more, the screen doesn’t glare when viewed in direct sunlight, and the Moto Z3 adjusts the temperature and color saturation of the screen.
The Moto Z3 is a significant upgrade in hardware compared to the Z3 Play. It is equipped with Snapdragon 835 processor, although not the latest processor but it does not ruin any user experience. The Snapdragon 835 is still a solid performance processor. The machine is equipped with 4GB RAM. The Moto Z3 runs smoothly, smoothly handling any task. It handles normal everyday tasks like reading emails and surfing the web, social media, and ‘weighing’ all heavy games with high-set graphics.
Battery life on the Z3 was not impressive. With 3000mAh capacity, if you want to use it for 1 day, you can only play some light games, watch YouTube, read emails and surf Facebook.
The main reason that people should buy a Moto Z smartphone are the accessories that come with Moto Mods. The latest addition to the Moto Mod line is the Mod 5G Moto, which will allow the device to achieve 5G speeds, making the Z3 a remarkable smartphone.
The Moto Z3 has a 12-megapixel rear camera. The main camera has an f / 2.0 aperture and laser autofocus. 8-megapixel front camera for selfies. The Moto Z3’s camera specifications are exactly the same as the Z3 Play, with features like Cinemagraphs for taking animated pictures and with Google Lens integration.
Overall, the camera performs well in well-lit conditions. Images are sharp, detailed and colorful. However, the camera clearly shows a weakness in low light, which is not surprising given the lack of OIS mode.
The Moto Z3 runs Android 8.1 Oreo. You can use the same navigation gestures as the iPhone X or Android Pie for the default navigation keys. You can rotate your wrist to turn on the screen.
However, besides the apps Verizon has built-in, there are plenty of third-party apps like Slotomania, Final Fantasy XV, Bank of America, eBay, WeatherBug and FanDom. You can uninstall these apps to free up memory.