Motorola recently announced a trio of devices to update its lineup of devices: the Moto G (2015), the Moto X Pure (Style), and the Moto X Play. The Moto G became available immediately after its announcement, and the Moto X Pure would be available later this year (now presumably early September). The last of those three, the Moto X Play, has become available today in countries worldwide in Moto Maker (*except the U.S., unfortunately).

MotXPlay-Lite-PDP-Editorial-Card-3-Retina-Desktop-ROWpvyqf7mwThe Moto X Play, like most of Motorola’s devices, has the ability to be customized with various backs, fronts, and other design choices to make the device unique. However, the Moto X Play is more of a mid-range device rather than a flagship – Snapdragon 615 (1.7 GHz), 2 GB of RAM, and a 1080p 5.5-inch display. Still, you get a 21 MP rear-camera, a 5 MP front shooter, and a whopping 3630 mAh battery (bigger than the Moto X Pure). Further, this device comes a water-repellent coating.

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The best part of all of this is the price – the Moto X Play will start in the UK at £279.

The Moto X Play is going to be available in Europe, Latin America, and Canada. However, Motorola has yet to announce specific country availability. We will update this post with any further news regarding availability. The Moto X Play will begin shipping on August 26.

via 9to5Google

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