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Stay connected on the go with the 4th-generation black Moto G Play 16GB Smartphone from Motorola.
This device is powered by a 1.2 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor and 1GB of dedicated RAM. It comes equipped with 16GB of storage and includes a microSD slot that supports microSDXC cards with up to 128GB of memory for additional storage capacity.
The Moto G Play houses a 5.0" LCD touchscreen display, which features a 1280 x 720 resolution that fully supports all your HD content.
The Moto G Play features two cameras: a rear-facing f/2.2 8MP camera with auto-focus, LED flash, auto HDR, and 1080p video capture, and a front-facing f/2.2 5MP camera that can flash the display a bright white for low-light self-portraits.
It features Bluetooth 4.1 + LE technology for pairing with other Bluetooth devices, and 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi for high-speed Internet connectivity. GPS with GLONASS is also on-board for using compatible location services and applications.
The Moto G Play's 2800mAh battery is designed to provide "All Day" mixed usage on a full charge.
The Moto G Play is designed to last a full day and then some. With a 2800mAh battery, you can go about your day and not worry about battery life.
Go to school or work, visit with friends, and then head out for the evening - you'll still have enough juice to get home.
Advanced nano-coating technology creates a water repellent barrier to help protect against moderate exposure to water, such as accidental spills, splashes.
Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
It's a personalized and customizable OS, allowing you to add your favorite apps or widgets to your homescreen. You can even download new themes using the Google Play Store, which offers access to more than one million apps, games, books, music, movies, and more.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow overhauls permissions, allowing you to have finer control over what your applications have access to. It also marks the debut of Now on Tap, a context-sensitive update to Google Now that checks your current screen for keywords and then searches for them automatically. Other performance and security enhancements are included as well.