Motorola owned by Lenovo, who claims to be “a leading innovator”, is pushing its evolving smartphone concept a step further with its new Moto Z3, which will officially be the first commercially available 5G compatible smartphone. Motorola continues to bet on the Mods, these modules to place on the back of smartphones of the Moto Z family. The latest 5G Moto Mod will allow users to access the 5G.
The company is making great ways to be on the top of the future market of the 5G with this Moto Mod for Moto Z3. It will be the first 5G technology accessible for common people, says the manufacturer.
For the purpose, Motorola has teamed up with Qualcomm: the Mod uses the Snapdragon X50 network chip to access the millimeter waves of the 5G. The technology will surely be the telecom’s topic of the coming months.
“Today, we announce the first 5G mobile device offering new possibilities to watch videos, connect home appliances, work remotely or play in AR and VR. Motorola partnered with Qualcomm to achieve this industry milestone using the Snapdragon X50 modem and millimeter-wave components.” The company said.
Once the Z3 plugged into this Mod, their will be easy access to the content without interruption or pause. The process of sending photos and videos will happen in the blink of an eye, also with the downloading of apps and movies. The Moto Z3 combines processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage with the Snapdragon 845 chipset in the latest flagships.
The set contains the battery capacity of the Mod of almost 2,000 mAh. The price of the for the accessory has not yet decided, which will be available sometime next year. As for the Moto Z3, it will be available at Verizon from August 16th, it will cost $ 480.
The operator that has been deployed a 5G network is still very far from being the case everywhere in the world. So, the 5G Mod and the Moto Z3 will for the moment are reserved for the only American market, and the operator Verizon. It must start from somewhere will also expand soon.
This post was last modified on August 5, 2018 4:46 PM