Premium glass and metal design • Great display • Clean • near stock Android • Comes with battery Moto Mod (U.S.)
So-so battery life • Average cameras • No headphone jack • Fingerprint sensor's weird for lefties
The Bottom Line
The Moto Z3 Play has a premium design and big, sharp screen that'll win you over, but its average battery life and cameras might turn you off.
Bang for the Buck3.0
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