Moto Z3 Play: Price, availablity and release date


The newly revealed Moto Z3 Play is the latest entry in Motorola’s premiere mid-range smartphone series. The phone includes a faster processor and more RAM than the year old Moto Z2 Play, along with a dual rear camera setup for the first time. It also still supports the many Moto Mods accessories that attach to the back of the device, such as extra batteries, gamepads and more.

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So when can you get your hands on the Moto Z3 Play? Where will it be available? Most importantly, how much will it cost to get one? We have all that we currently know about those details right here, and will update this post with more information as it is released by Motorola and its supporting carriers.

Moto Z3 Play price

If you live in Brazil, you can go ahead and pick up the Moto Z3 Play right now for the local price of 2,299 Brazilian real. In the U.S., the unlocked version of the phone will be sold by a number of retailers for the price of $499. The Moto Z3 Play will be bundled with a 2,000mAh battery Moto Mod.

Moto Z3 Play release date and availability in the U.S.

The Moto Z3 Play will go on sale in the U.S. sometime later this summer. As mentioned, the unlocked version of the phone will be available from a number of retail sources, including Best Buy, Walmart, Target, Fry’s, and B&H Photo. Amazon will also sell the phone as a Prime Exclusive device.

Sprint and US Cellular will also sell the Moto Z3 Play this summer, but pricing and a specific release date from those carriers have yet to be revealed.

Moto Z3 Play release date and availablity in Canada

The Moto Z3 Play will be available in Canada sometime later this summer, from local carriers Videotron, Bell, Virgin Mobile, MTS, and SaskTel. Pricing for the Canadian market has not yet been announced.

Did we miss anything? Have any other Moto Z3 Play price or availability details we didn’t include? If so, please leave a comment below and we will update our post.

via Android Authority

June 6, 2018 at 08:27AM