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MOTO Z3 successfully tests 5G

Moto Z3 becomes first phone to test 5G network

by John Bhatt
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Since its launch, back in August 2018, Moto Z3 has been in news. Motorola has released Moto Z3 only on US market and exclusively for Verizon. The headline was not for that, but for the 5G mod which was optionally sold with this and promised to upgrade the Moto Z3 to be 5G capable once 5G service is launched.

Verizon was testing 5G network since last 2 years and now, they have successfully transmitted and achieved the targeted result in actual smartphone. 

This phone is none other than Moto Z3 with 5G mod. 

Verizon has partnered with Motorola, Samsung, and Qualcomm to perform several tests over the 5G connection, including browsing the internet and placing a video call. They have been completed over the carrier’s 28 GHz spectrum using Samsung’s 5G New Radio solutions.

Source PhoneArena
Moto Z3 , Worlds first 5G upgradable phone
Moto Z3 , Worlds first 5G upgradable phone ©Motorola.com

This phone runs on Android 8.1 and has Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 
octa-core CPU clocked at 2.35GHz and 850 MHz Adreno 540 GPU paired with 4GB or RAM & 64 GB of Internal Storage.

Commercially, 5G is yet to be launched but whenever Verizon launches 5G services, this will be the first phone that users can upgrade. However, other vendors including Samsung, LG, OnePlus, Lenovo, Honor and other majors manufacturers have announced their phones with 5G support till half of 2019. This is when 5G services will be commercially start.

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