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Motorola Moto Z Play

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Motorola Moto Z Play
Motorola Moto Z Play (Moto Serie)
Hauptspeicher
3072 MB 
, LPDDR3
Bildschirm
5.5 Zoll 16:9, 1920 x 1080 Pixel 401 PPI, Super AMOLED, spiegelnd: ja
Massenspeicher
32 GB eMMC Flash, 32 GB 
Anschlüsse
1 USB 2.0, Audio Anschlüsse: 3.5mm, Card Reader: microSD Card support (up to 2 TB), 1 Fingerprint Reader, NFC, Helligkeitssensor, Sensoren: Fingerprint Sensor. Accelerometer. Ambient Light. Gyroscope. Hall Effect. Magnetometer Proximity. Audio monitor
Netzwerk
802.11a/b/g/n (a/b/g/n = Wi-Fi 4), Bluetooth 4.0, Dual SIM, GPS
Abmessungen
Höhe x Breite x Tiefe (in mm): 6.99 x 156.4 x 76.4
Akku
3150 mAh Lithium-Ion
Betriebssystem
Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Kamera
Primary Camera: 16 MPix Laser auto-focus, ƒ / 2.0 aperture, Zero Shutter Lag, Color balancing dual LED flash, 4X digital zoom, Slow Motion video
Secondary Camera: 5 MPix ƒ / 2.2 aperture, Wide-Angle 85° lens
Sonstiges
Tastatur: Virtual
Gewicht
165 g
Preis
500 Euro

 

Preisvergleich

Bewertung: 81.67% - Gut
Durchschnitt von 15 Bewertungen (aus 33 Tests)
Preis: - %, Leistung: 77%, Ausstattung: 90%, Bildschirm: 82% Mobilität: 97%, Gehäuse: 87%, Ergonomie: - %, Emissionen: - %

Testberichte für das Motorola Moto Z Play

Motorola Moto Z mit angedocktem Zusatzakku
Quelle: RP-Online Deutsch
Für alle, die auf mehr Akku-Power angewiesen sind, eine sinnvolle Ergänzung. Zumal keine Extra-Kabel benötigt werden und sich der Akku dem Design des Gerätes sehr gut anpasst. Wer sein Gerät jedoch abends sowieso immer an die Steckdose hängt, der kann sich das Geld sparen. Schließlich wirbt Motorola bei den Moto-Z-Modellen ohnehin mit einer besonders großen Akkukapazität.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 04.11.2016
Der Preiswerte Mod-Träger Mit Dickem Akku
Quelle: Android Pit Deutsch
Vor diesem ersten Hands-On hatte ich leider noch keine Möglichkeit, mir die aktuellen Moto-Z-Modelle und deren Mods persönlich anzusehen. Nachdem ich mir nun beides genauer ansehen konnte, habe ich den Eindruck, dass hier die Chance auf was ganz Großes besteht.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 01.09.2016
Moto Z Play die modulare Flunder im Hands-on
Quelle: Curved Deutsch
Wow, Lenovo. Ein dünnes Smartphone mit einem so großen Akku? Das macht Lust auf mehr. Auch die Moto Mods machten an den Ständen Spaß. Mit Preisen von bis zu 300 Euro gehen diese aber ganz schön ins Geld. Auch das Moto Z Play an sich ist mit einem Preis von 499 Euro nicht gerade günstig.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Kurz, Datum: 01.09.2016

Ausländische Testberichte

Motorola Moto Z Play Full Review
Quelle: Manila Shaker Englisch EN→DE
Indeed the mid-range handset offered by Moto is a competitive one under its category due to its modular features. Add to it the long battery life with good camera when used in daylit environment. However, there is no future-proofing on this one.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Sehr Lang, Datum: 25.01.2017
73% Motorola Moto Z Play Review
Quelle: Think Digit Englisch EN→DE
To sum up, the Moto Z Play is one of the better smartphones we’ve reviewed in 2016. While it does lack the speed that a phone in this price range should have these days, one has to appreciate its incredible battery life. The camera is also quite good, matched only by the Asus Zenfone 3. Given that the Moto Z Play is faster (in real world performance) than the Zenfone 3, we would recommend this to camera-centric users looking for a phone under 25k. However, if you want no compromise, the OnePlus 3 remains a much better smartphone on overall terms.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Sehr Lang, Datum: 21.11.2016
Bewertung: Gesamt: 73%
80% Motorola Moto Z Play review
Quelle: Stuff TV Englisch EN→DE
We’re glad you can ignore the whole modular side, though - then you're left with a keenly-priced phone that lasts absolutely ages between charges. If your top priority is lasting all day regardless of what you get up, stop looking. You’ve found your next phone. The only thing holding the Z Play back from a full 5-star rating is the OnePlus 3. For slightly less cash, it gets you a prettier design, a more reliable camera and a lot more power. It doesn’t last as long off a charge though, so it only wins on a points decision rather than a straight knockout.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 06.11.2016
Bewertung: Gesamt: 80%
80% Moto Z Play review: Almost perfect
Quelle: Gadget Show Englisch EN→DE
The OnePlus 3 is arguably the closest rival of the Moto Z Play. However, the 'modular' design, gesture-based features and the ability to support microSD cards are all features that give the Z Play an edge. We quite appreciate the bold approach of Motorola and the fact that it implemented an idea that was just a concept only a few years ago. The Moto Z Play is a well-rounded and affordable mid-range device that sets a benchmark for the competition. How well and how soon the said competition responds to it, is something that remains to be seen.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 19.10.2016
Bewertung: Gesamt: 80%
82% Motorola Moto Z Play Droid review: An exceptional phone value that gets even better with MotoMods
Quelle: Android Guys Englisch EN→DE
Hats off to Lenovo for its first major line with the Moto brand. We really like the value of the Z Play Droid and think it makes for an excellent choice for most smartphone users. It does rely on MotoMods for its true, long-term value, but we're optimistic based on what we've seen so far. Sleek, sexy, and snappy, it's also affordable. Were it not for the pre-loaded suite of Verizon apps we would have scored the OS much higher; the Moto blend of Android is among our favorite. The Hasselblad True Zoom MotoMod is just a few tweaks away from being an outright must-have accessory. We like the optical zoom and added flexibility in shooting modes, but we'd like more control over a manual setting. Thicken it up a smidge at the bottom and put in a tripod mount and we're all over it.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 07.10.2016
Bewertung: Gesamt: 82% Leistung: 70% Bildschirm: 80% Mobilität: 100% Gehäuse: 90%
70% Moto Z Play Droid Review: Innovative and Everlastin
Quelle: Brighthand Englisch EN→DE
Motorola gives us hope the modular smartphone can work. It smartly implemented the feature with the Moto Z lineup, and then combined it with a world-class battery to make the Moto Z Play Droid a compelling smartphone. There’s plenty of competition in the $400 range, with the Moto Z Play Droid occupying a special niche with its innovative design. It’s definitely not “another boring smartphone.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 03.10.2016
Bewertung: Gesamt: 70%
85% A battery beast
Quelle: CNet Englisch EN→DE
The affordable Moto Z Play works with swappable modular accessories, retains its headphone jack (unlike the more upmarket Moto Z and Z Force) and has a battery that goes on and on. The Z Play is the thickest and heaviest phone in the Moto Z series and its fingerprint sensor, annoyingly, can be mistaken for a home button.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 24.09.2016
Bewertung: Gesamt: 85% Leistung: 90% Ausstattung: 90% Mobilität: 100% Gehäuse: 80%
80% Moto Z Play Droid Review
Quelle: Phone Arena Englisch EN→DE
The Moto Z Play Droid offers the most affordable ticket of entry yet into the world of Moto Mods expansion, supporting all the existing add-ons like the projector, speaker, and various battery packs, as well as the new Hasselblad True Zoom camera. If you liked the idea of all those when you first heard about the Moto Z, but weren't quite up for paying flagship prices for your new phone, the Moto Z Play is practically built for you. Even if we ignore all that modular-phone action, the Moto Z Play still represents a fantastic option for users looking to stretch battery life to its absolute limits. We've seen plenty of mid-3,000-mAh phones before, but few that push operational life into this well-above-twelve-hours space; and while the LG X Power might have killed things with its fifteen-hour run-time, the Moto Z Play offers a heck of a lot more phone than that bargain-basement model.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Sehr Lang, Datum: 15.09.2016
Bewertung: Gesamt: 80%
The best 'modular' phone you can get, for whatever that's worth
Quelle: Android Police Englisch EN→DE
For the most part, I think Motorola made the right tweaks to the Moto Z Play to get the price down. The screen isn't the best, and the SoC gets a little overwhelmed by gaming. On the other hand, the fingerprint sensor is as good as the more expensive Z phones, and there's a headphone jack. Seriously, Motorola. What were you thinking removing that on a $700 phone?
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 12.09.2016
80% A Very Long-Lasting Phablet
Quelle: Tom's Guide Englisch EN→DE
As a phone, the Moto Z Play is a good midway point between the ultra-thin Moto Droid and the powerful Moto Z Force. It performs well, has great battery life, and its camera is pretty good, too. I wish it had less bloatware, but that’s something endemic to most all Android phones. For $270 less (compared to the unlocked Moto Z Play), the OnePlus 3 offers much better performance, an all-metal design, but five hours less endurance. Ultimately, though, the Moto Z Play is a good phone that has the potential, through add-on Mods, to be a very good phone.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 09.09.2016
Bewertung: Gesamt: 80%
90% Long-lasting, affordable, and modular too
Quelle: PC World Englisch EN→DE
I recommend you wait until the direct, carrier-unlocked version goes on sale in October and grab one of those, even if you're on Verizon's network. If you're on AT&T or T-Mobile, you might consider the international variant, which doesn't support CDMA (Sprint and Verizon) but does work with more GSM frequencies and LTE bands. You can avoid the carrier bloat and stand a better chance of getting more timely OS and security updates by buying the unlocked versions.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Kurz, Datum: 08.09.2016
Bewertung: Gesamt: 90%
90% Long-lasting, affordable, and modular too
Quelle: Greenbot Englisch EN→DE
I recommend you wait until the direct, carrier-unlocked version goes on sale in October and grab one of those, even if you're on Verizon's network. If you're on AT&T or T-Mobile, you might consider the international variant, which doesn't support CDMA (Sprint and Verizon) but does work with more GSM frequencies and LTE bands. You can avoid the carrier bloat and stand a better chance of getting more timely OS and security updates by buying the unlocked versions.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Kurz, Datum: 08.09.2016
Bewertung: Gesamt: 90%
Affordable, powerful, and modular
Quelle: Talk Android Englisch EN→DE
All things considered, the Moto Z Play Droid almost feels like the real successor to the Moto X line that we’ve all been waiting for. It’s not terribly expensive, costing around $400 on Verizon or $449 for the unlocked version, but it still supports Moto Mods and checks all the boxes that are really important. It performs well, the camera is good enough, and the battery life is stellar. Lenovo made trade-offs where it wouldn’t hurt too much, like the 1080p display instead of 1440p resolution, but nothing that really interferes with day-to-day usage.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 08.09.2016
Mid-Ranger with Massive Battery Life [Review]
Quelle: G Style Magazine Englisch EN→DE
At a price point of around $400 I expected this phone experience to be slightly different. But Motorola definitely knows how to make a mid-range smartphone without skimming or compromising too much integrity of the product itself. It takes decent pictures, has a clean and huge enough display, works with all moto mods, and has a killer battery life with it. I did use this a ton at Made in America this past weekend and im fairly impressed with it.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Sehr kurz, Datum: 06.09.2016
Hands-on with Motorola’s new mid-range modular phone
Quelle: PC Advisor Englisch EN→DE
It's also handy that when you connect a Moto Mod that has a battery in it (such as a PowerPack or the Insta-Share projector) a notification appears on screen with its battery level. The projector will continue running even when the battery is depleted as it will take power from the Moto Z Play.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Sehr kurz, Datum: 05.09.2016
Moto Z Play First Impressions
Quelle: NDTV Gadgets Englisch EN→DE
The Moto Z Play supports nano-SIM cards, and while Motorola has not specified whether India will receive the dual-SIM variant, we do expect this to be the case. There's also a fingerprint reader, a USB Type-C port for charging and data transfers, a 3.5mm socket for audio, and a liquid-repellent nano-coating. Although India pricing has not been announced, we expect the phone to cost under Rs. 30,000.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Sehr kurz, Datum: 02.09.2016
Moto Z Play
Quelle: Trusted Reviews Englisch EN→DE
The Moto Z Play is an affordable, stripped-down version of Motorola’s original semi-modular phone, and I can see it being a big hit in Europe. Since OnePlus made people realise you don’t have to break the bank to get a great smartphone, the mid-range market has boomed. If Motorola’s claims of a 50-hour battery life come anywhere close, and if the True Zoom add-on isn't too overpriced, this could be a truly compelling package.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Sehr kurz, Datum: 01.09.2016
Moto Mods meet mega battery life
Quelle: Pocket Lint Englisch EN→DE
If longevity and affordability are high up your list, and you love the idea of buying into a modular phone, then the Motorola Moto Z Play might be the best access point into the Moto Mods family. And there's nothing stopping you putting the Incipio OffGrid power pack Mod onto to back too, for a phone that might last for, well, forever?
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Sehr kurz, Datum: 31.08.2016
Big in Features, Small In Price
Quelle: Ubergizmo English Englisch EN→DE
The Moto Z Play Droid is set to be available on September 8 exclusively on Verizon at first, then in the unlocked market. It’s too early to tell if other carriers will join. At a full price of ~$400, the phone seems to carry a good quality/price ratio, but we’ll need to run the numbers and compare it with other players in this field, including the OnePlus 3, and the Honor 8. This market is extremely competitive, and differentiation such as MotoMods could help Motorola distinguishing itself and get out from the “specs” game.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Kurz, Datum: 31.08.2016
Moto Mods plus a headphone jack
Quelle: Computerworld.com Englisch EN→DE
The Moto Z Play Droid (the "Droid" designation indicates that it's a Verizon phone) will be available in the U.S. beginning September 8th. It's a solid and worthy phone that might be worth checking out, especially if you want to take advantage of Motorola's interesting Moto Mods (which can be found on Motorola's site).
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Kurz, Datum: 31.08.2016
85% The modular mid-ranger with a battery life like no other
Quelle: Android Authority Englisch EN→DE
Despite its mid-range moniker, the Moto Z Play Droid goes toe-to-toe with the best out there in some key areas. With outstanding battery life, Moto Mod compatibility, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a solid camera, you won't be making too many sacrifices if you choose to go with the latest from Lenovo.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 31.08.2016
Bewertung: Gesamt: 85% Leistung: 80% Bildschirm: 80% Mobilität: 90% Gehäuse: 90%
Moto Z Play Droid unboxing and first impressions
Quelle: Android Guys Englisch EN→DE
The phone comes with an internal, non-removable 3,510mAh battery. We’ve found that it lasts us well beyond two full days of use but we’re not using it as a daily driver just yet. Additionally, we’ve yet to load all of our apps and accounts to the handset so we do expect to see it drop. Charging is super fast, for what it’s worth, thanks to the TurboPower cable. According to Motorola, spending 15 minutes on the charger will result in 10 hours of power.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Kurz, Datum: 31.08.2016
Motorola Moto Z Play, lo hemos probado
Quelle: Tuexperto Spanisch ES→DE
Positive: Long battery life; nice design; good speakers; support extended projector; decent cameras; good price.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 19.10.2016
Recensione Moto Z Play: lo smartphone per chi usa lo smartphone
Quelle: HDblog.it Italienisch IT→DE
Positive: Long battery life; decent hardware; dual cameras; good sound; solid workmanship. Negative: Inflexible fingerprint sensor.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Sehr Lang, Datum: 19.10.2016
Moto Z Play Prima Recensione: Lenovo Supera I Suoi Avversari
Quelle: AndroidPit.it Italienisch IT→DE
Positive: Good design; decent hardware. Negative: Short battery life.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Kurz, Datum: 07.09.2016
84% Test : Moto Z Play, dans le top 3 des smartphones les plus endurants
Quelle: 01Net Französisch FR→DE
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 20.10.2016
Bewertung: Gesamt: 84% Leistung: 70% Bildschirm: 80% Mobilität: 100%
80% Test Du Lenovo Moto Z Play : Le Smartphone Très Très Endurant
Quelle: AndroidPit.fr Französisch FR→DE
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Sehr Lang, Datum: 10.10.2016
Bewertung: Gesamt: 80%
Premier Test Du Moto Z Play : Lenovo Est Devant Ses Concurrents
Quelle: AndroidPit.fr Französisch FR→DE
Positive: Good design; impressive cameras; support fast charging technology.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Kurz, Datum: 03.09.2016
86% Смартфон Motorola Moto Z Play: Обзор
Quelle: Product Test RU→DE
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Sehr Lang, Datum: 05.02.2017
Bewertung: Gesamt: 86% Leistung: 76% Bildschirm: 88% Mobilität: 96%
80% TEST Motorola Moto Z Play
Quelle: Tek.no NO→DE
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 18.11.2016
Bewertung: Gesamt: 80%

Kommentar

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5.5": Der Display ist relativ groß für Smartphones. Diese Display-Größe wird für Smartphones sehr häufig verwendet. Große Bildschirmgrößen ermöglichen höhere Auflösungen und/oder man Details besser erkennen (zB größere Schrift). Kleinere Display-Diagonalen dagegen verbrauchen weniger Energie, sind oft billiger und ermöglichen handlichere, leichtere Geräte.» Prüfen Sie in unserer DPI Liste, welche Displays wie fein aufgelöst sind.
0.165 kg: Dieses Gewicht ist typisch für Smartphones.
Motorola: Das 1928 gegründete Unternehmen fokussiert hauptsächlich Kommunikationstechnologie wie zB Handys. Das ursprüngliche Unternehmen Motorola Inc wurde 2011 aufgespalten. Motorola Mobility bekam den Smartphone-Bereich und wurde 2012 von Google übernommen und 2014 von Lenovo. Die Smartphone-Marke Motorola besteht vorerst weiter. Es gibt nach wie vor eine Menge Testberichte für Motorola-Mobiles mit durchschnittlichen Bewertungen.
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Autor: Stefan Hinum (Update: 14.09.2016)