Motorola Moto Z iPhone Copy To Compete With Apple and Samsung’s Latest Flagships

Motorola Moto Z Play could pass for iPhone's long lost twin. Recently, Motorola's slogan for its newest flagship caught the eyes of millions with the statement "Skip the Sevens." To a normal person, it seemed like Motorola Moto Z Play is throwing shade at Apple who recently released its most famous flagship.

Motorola Moto Z Play is coming in October, but pre-orders for Motorola's iPhone Prototype started September 2015. The Motorola Moto Z is considered to be an iPhone prototype and the affordable alternative for those who think paying for the original iPhone 7 isn't a necessary expenditure.

According to 9 to 5 Google, the Moto Z was tested by a group of Apple fans and surprisingly, they were impressed. Apple and Samsung have been fighting over the top spot as the best smartphone ever that people tend to forget about other brands like Motorola.

As soon as Apple fans examined the Motorola Moto Z, they weren't expecting to be impressed with its features. Since Motorola has been out of the limelight for a while, the company may have been given a lot of time to work hard on the Moto Z and its features.

Apple fans were particularly impressed with Motorola Moto Z's moto mod capabilities. Moto Z's Bluetooth function also allows users to sync any Bluetooth device quickly and the battery pack gives the impression that it's extremely innovative.

Phone Arena reports, Moto mods are accessories that we can snap on to the back of the phone. If you purchase the Motorola Moto Z it will come with a moto mod portable charger. The Moto Z also offers huge internal storage starting from 32 GB as the minimum storage up to 64 GB if it's still available.

Rumor has it that the Motorola Moto Z will be running a Snapdragon 625 processor and equipped with a rear-facing camera with 16 MP. While the Moto Z looks like the iPhone, one of the most obvious differences is that the iPhone doesn't have a headphone jack and the Moto Z does. 


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