Motorola tweets hint at an imminent launch of the Moto X Play in India

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    Motorola India has officially hinted that the Moto X Play is on its way to India. The company has tweeted two pictures of the new Moto X Play with captions highlighting the battery and the camera features. The X Play is cheaper variant of the two Moto X Series smartphones launched by Motorola at the event in New York.

    Motorola tweets hint at an imminent launch of the Moto X Play in India

    By the above tweet Moto is trying to create a hype regarding its upcoming phone in India. Just like all Motorola devices out there the Moto X Play is sturdily built with a 5.5 inch FHD (1920x1080) screen protected by Gorilla Glass 3. The display comes with a modest ppi of 403.

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    Under the hood is a mid range octa core from Qualcomm - the Snapdragon 615 SoC.The octa core CPU is supported by the Adreno 405 GPU clocked at 550MHz. Further the device features a Natural Language Processor and Contextual Computing Processor as seen in the Moto X Style.

    The Moto X Play comes with 2GB of RAM and 16 or 32GB of onboard storage. Memory Expansion is also available upto 128GB. The USP of the device though lies in the 3630mAh battery, which the company claims can give upto 30 hours of usage.

    Motorola tweets hint at an imminent launch of the Moto X Play in India

    Further the Moto X Play is water resistant too, thanks to the IP68 certification. The rear camera comes with a 21MP camera with f2.0 aperture and a 5MO front camera.

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    This isn't the first time we are hearing of this news though. The Moto X Play was previously spotted on the mass importer listing Zuaba. 80 black and white variants of the device had been shipped to Bengaluru from China for testing purposes.


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