The Motorola Moto X Play, for those who missed yesterday's Motorola event, falls in the mid-range category of Android smartphones. And it stands out with more than just a broad range of personalization options. The phone is outfitted with a capacious, 3630 mAh battery, which is promised to last through 48 hours of mixed usage. You also get a 21MP main camera, which Motorola claims to be one of the best around. The Moto X Play's 5.5-inch display has a resolution of 1080 by 1920 pixels, and its Snapdragon 615 SoC is backed by 2GB of RAM.
If you want to get your hands on a Motorola Moto X Play, you'll have to sit tight for a few more weeks, as the phone is projected to launch in August. There's a catch, however – the phone is not going to launch in the U.S., although we'd say that the Moto X Style will prove a decent alternative. As for its price, all we know is that the Moto X Play will be $300 to $400 cheaper than competitors' flagship phones. The exact figures, however, will be revealed in the coming weeks.