Does it have FM radio? Some websites say it doesn't and this one says yes, so can someone please confirm it has one? Thank you!
anyone has any idea that when exactly they are launching this device..??..
it says august and we are in august so anyone with the exact date.??..
Motorola Facebook page replied me on availability in India query that " currently we do not have any updates to give regarding your query. We would request you to please stay tuned for more information."
So might be they just don't have to leak any information
Mux, 13 Aug 2015Oneplus ONE or Moto x play?Moto X Play is better. You get a very good battery, you get a very good camera, a nice design, and you get micro SD card slot.
AnonD-422859, 10 Aug 2015Doesn't snapdragon 615 have a heating issue? Do you think it's solved on this models chipsetNo it was the 810 that had the heating issue, this one is totally fine, all I wish is that the Moto X Play had water resistance also, sadly it doesnt, so I'll have to stick with my Z3 Compact for another year.
Motorola facebook page have replied me that they have nothing to announce anything in india soon. Means I think moto X play will not release india.
It was released in Brazil yesterday. Already on stores.
32GB model selling at ~375 USD
Any update if moto x play will be released in India?
Highly disappointing if it will not be released in India:(
Cakefish, 13 Aug 2015Yes, 14th August. Source: Motorola's UK Facebook page.No band 40 (2300mhz) for Lte support in India. Disappointed
Anonymous, 10 Aug 2015Do we have an actual release date yet?Yes, 14th August. Source: Motorola's UK Facebook page.
Doesn't snapdragon 615 have a heating issue?
Do you think it's solved on this models chipset
Kevin, 08 Aug 2015I don't know, it's ridiculous. Is it possible to buy it off the Motorola Website at face value?Yes, later this month. At first I thought maybe the Amazon listing was for the 32GB model but nope, it is for the basic 16GB version. Definitely a rip off. Amazon is usually very competitive on pricing, strange that that isn't the case here.