I own an Motorola Moto X Play Dual SIM and confirm that it supports: USB Host and GLONASS, which are not currently listed here.
It doesn't have gyroscope, so you can't use it with Google Cardboard.
Does this really not supporting LTE Band 20? The single SIM variant has the same chipset and no problem connecting on 800Mhz LTE.
rk, 28 Aug 2015what is sar. Specific Absorption Rate: it tells you how much electromagnetic energy your body absorbs when you use the device
inagy, 20 Aug 2015Where? I can only find the single SIM version of this in any webshop.Buy the dual sim version. If you only need one sim, let the other empty. :)
Can anyone confirm where the Moto X Play Dual SIM is available or when?
I have been looking in the UK but cannot see any provider. Even a manufacture model number would help. Motorola UK's only response is that none of the new Moto 2015 range are going to be dual SIM.
Arjun Ahuja, 11 Aug 2015When will this phone released in INDIA??No particular launch date has been given by Motorola but as per various tech news sites, Motorola might launch this next month in India.
gtgjfh, 20 Aug 2015Does it support otg?? Please answer guysyes. it supports usb otg.
Anonymous, 12 Aug 2015Any body can tell me that is this phone is support indian 4g network?(band-40) plz reply.Not yet launched in India but I believe it'll definately launch with LTE band 3 and 40 in India. I'm also waiting for this phone.
inagy, 20 Aug 2015Where? I can only find the single SIM version of this in any webshop.I found it here!
Karamba2108, 18 Aug 2015In UK, today.Where? I can only find the single SIM version of this in any webshop.