The world’s first 5G mobile phone Moto Z3 debut CES 2019: 10 times faster than the existing network speed
Motorola officially announced that the world’s first smartphone supporting the 5G network Motorola Z3 debuted at CES. Officials said that after pairing with the corresponding 5G module, the Moto Z3 is expected to be up to 10 times faster than the existing network speed, and the speed of light online will bid farewell to WiFi.
The Moto Z3 phone should be familiar to everyone. This phone was released on August 15 last year, and its biggest highlight is that it can be upgraded to 5G. Moto officially stated at the press conference last year that the Moto Z3 is the world’s first smartphone that can be upgraded to 5G.
Moto Z3 has a 6.75mm ultra-thin body, double-sided 2.5D Corning 3rd generation glass, 40% improvement in scratch resistance, 6.01 inch Super AMOLED super-view screen, 100000:1 ultra-high contrast ratio, resolution of 2160×1080.
Configuration, Moto Z3 equipped with Snapdragon 835 8 core processor, 6GB + 128GB large memory (maximum support for external MicroSD card expansion to 2TB), rear 12 mp + 12 mp dual camera, support laser rapid focus, PDAF focus, depth Focus, contrast focus, dual color temperature flash, f / 2.0 aperture, support for 6-level background blur, with the eye Hassels photography module, you can get 10 times optical lossless zoom, front 8 megapixels, battery capacity is 3000mAh.