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Versed

Apr 28, 2019, 2:34 PM
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Got it almost Free.

I got this z3 Play for almost free, sold some older stuff and needed something while my other device was out for warranty worked, oddly it came back in like 4 day's and basically they sent me a new phone, Pixel 3xl,
What I do like which many won't is the size with the battery mod, it fits real good in the hand a last for days. Screen is good but not great, notice no lag and use it on my Fi account. There some odd reason I just like it. My biggest complaint is lack of updates. Which is this price category you can get similar level of phone (not talking about grey imports,) . Could have went their similar Android One device from them which except for the updates is not as good a phone. If I had to pay full asking price, I not have boug...
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Versed

Feb 13, 2019, 9:52 PM
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I like it.

Recently acquired NWIB Z3 Play, need a quick replacement for a few weeks, and a friend who got one in some deal for free basically traded some stuff and some help in doing stuff for the phone. Yeah it's big and bulky with the included battery back. and impossible to get a case for it with the battery pack. But oddly, I like the device, battery life is real good, speed for a SD 636 is pretty good and the screen is acceptable. While they're a few moto specific apps most can be disabled. Seems extremely well built. as an extra device its fine.
Tofuchong

Jun 11, 2018, 1:18 PM
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Wave hand over display

My Moto Z2 play also wakes up when you wave your hand over the display. I think this is standard for all Motorola phones that include gesture support. You can also double-twist the phone to auto open the camera, etc. Also worked on my Moto G4 Plus.
Mark_S

Jun 7, 2018, 12:14 AM
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Not all versions support LTE 12/14/25/26/30/38/41/71............

First, it's about time a decent 600 series (636) processor is being used. Was really getting stale all the 625 and 630 that were being dumped on practically all US midrange phones with the exception of the 660 in a scarce few.
Secondly all vendors hopefully specify which variants of this phone they are selling. Hence the title above. Too many times they do not and subscribers are left screwed with LTE bands incompatibility in their perspective markets!!!!!
The Sprint and USCC versions should support all of the US bands listed. And the US unlocked version as well.

It's only international variants that might not support all of those bands, and possibly a Verizon version if they ever carry it (and I'm ...
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