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Cheapest Lenovo Moto X Play Price in Philippines is ₱ 6,461.00

The Lenovo Moto X Play is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Lenovo Moto X Play price in Philippines is ₱ 6,461.00 from Lazada. Lenovo Moto X Play price details are updated October 2019.

Lenovo Moto X Play Specs

Screen Size 5.5"
Display Resolution 1080 x 1920pixels
Pixel Density 403ppi
Scratch Resistant Yes
Water Resistant Yes
Rear Camera Resolution 21MP
Dual camera No
Front Camera Resolution 5MP
Battery Capacity 3630mAh
Processor Octa Core
Operating System Android
Weight 169g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 148 x 75 x 10.9mm
Body Material Plastic
Expandable Memory Yes
Card Slot Yes
Release Year 2015
LED Notification Light No
FM Radio Yes
3D Touch No
Iris Scanner No
Fingerprint Scanner No
Heart Rate Sensor No
Face Recognition No
Waterproof No
Virtual Reality Capable No
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n
USB Connectors Micro-USB
Dual SIM No
SIM Card Nano-SIM

Reviews of Lenovo Moto X Play
Reviewed on 2016-07-06
5.5-inch Full HD IPS display providing a very detailed image, Exceptional battery life, Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS plus Moto features, Snapdragon 615 mobile CPU with eight Cortex-A53 cores, 21MP rear camera with a Sony IMX230 Exmor RS sensor, producing gr...
Slightly bulkier construction
After Lenovo acquired Motorola the latter was preserved as a brand but started focusing on higher-end devices such as Moto X Force, X Style and even X Play. The latter is the most affordable of the three and belongs more to the upper mid-range.It is namel...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-09
When the Lenovo-owned company took to the stage in three cities on July 18, Motorola announced that it wanted to establish a new breed of smartphones. It then went on to unveil three new devices – the Moto X Style (also known as the Moto X Pure Edition )...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-26
Great design, excellent battery performance, water-repellant
No gyroscope. Seems to require a reboot after being on for multiple (4+) days. Bit of play in the power and volume buttons
It's that time of the year again when the new smartphones are shipping, and with the new smartphones come new reviews. Of course, the new wave of phones range from the high priced “must have” flagships to the more affordable budget phones. The Moto X Play...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-09
Gorgeous display, Pure Android, Improved camera performance, Powerful battery, Expansion slot
Unimpressive design, Middling hardware
“If you're looking for a reliable smartphone that doesn't run out of charge every now and then, the Moto X Play is made for you”The Moto X (review | FAQs), launched two years ago marked the revival of iconic phone brand Motorola. While the device didn't f...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-03
Crisp 1080p display, Full-day battery life, Premium-feeling design, Moto Maker support, Solid camera performance, Simple, functional software experience
No wireless charging, No included Turbo Charger, Poor front-facing speaker quality
Mid-range smartphones are becoming more and more appealing to consumers around the world. Especially now that numerous smartphone manufacturers are choosing to forgo the carrier partnerships and sell their flagship devices off-contract, users aren't as wi...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-19
Truly all-day battery life, The best Motorola camera yet, Solid performance
Questionable value when compared to other Moto phones, Camera is still poor in low light, Not waterproof like the Moto G
The Moto X Play occupies a strange space in the company's 2015 lineup. It's an affordable, mid-range handset that does a decent job of keeping pace with the flagships. But at £249 ($382 including the UK's 20 percent sales tax), it's not that much more aff...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-16
Fantastic display and impressive speaker, Solid construction and ergonomic design, Pure Android UI with Moto software goodness, Capable camera — at least in most conditions
Lowlight camera performance is patchy, Stuttery animations and frequent performance hiccups, 16GB base storage doesn't leave much breathing room
The most affordable Moto X yet aims to dominate the competitive new mid-range market — but falls short in an important area ...Launching around the £270 mark, the Moto X Play delivers a great deal for the money — a great screen, a decent camera and solid...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-14
Rigid casing, Customizable, Pleasant surfaces, Splash-water proof, Relatively light, NFC, Many network frequencies, Relatively reliable GPS outdoors, Very high-resolution front-facing camera, Good camera and video pictures, Accurate touchscreen, Extremel...
Miracast doesn't always function, No USB OTG, Expansion via Moto sometimes senseless, GPS needs long for signal, Middling call quality, Light bluish cast in display, Less power than equally priced devices, Relatively high waste heat, Poor speaker sound,...
Mingling in the mid-range. Motorola has pitched its mid-range Moto X Play phone to compete against price-performance whoppers such as OnePlus' One. The buyer gets a gigantic battery, plenty of performance and a high-resolution camera for under 400 Euros (...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-08
Thanks to the popularity of its predecessors, the 3rd generation Moto X was one of the more highly awaited devices of the year. That said, when Motorola unveiled the Moto X, they did not just unveil the 3rd generation device, but showcased three different...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-31
Built to last, With a battery that lasts and lasts, And a camera to create lasting memories
Performance is not as smooth as it should be, Speakers, display, and ergonomics are all just okay, Camera still struggles in low light
A big battery and a small price mark out the middle child of Motorola's 2015 lineupMoto X 2013: great phone, bad camera. Moto X 2014: great phone, bad camera. What was it that George W. Bush said about not being fooled a third time? After two years of fat...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-24
Gorgeous screen, Capable camera, Smooth performance, Clean interface
Average everyday battery life, Camera needs manual control
Motorola Moto X Play review: We test out Motorola's latest no-frills flagship phone, the Moto X Play, which offers a happy medium between the budget Moto G mobile and Motorola's super-charged Moto X Style.Motorola surprised us all last month by announcing...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-19
If you're in the market for a new mid-range phone, then you may want to consider the Moto X Play, a phone I've using for the last couple of weeks. Here are five things to know about the latest Motorola phone to make its way to Canada.After an adjustment p...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-02
The first Moto X was an interesting device; it had promise, but ultimately lacked many features that people look for in a handset. The processor could not handle the latest and greatest games, it felt slow, and the screen did not feel up to snuff when com...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-26
Excellent performance for the price, Well-designed chassis, Best-in-class camera, High-quality 1080p LCD panel, Expandable storage, Incredible battery life
Plastic feels cheap, especially the buttons, No 32GB option, Weak front-facing speaker, Dust catches in between display and frame, No gyroscope
If you think about it, Motorola had to release something like the Moto X Play. The Moto X, that critically-acclaimed but sales-poor flagship, had been reframed as a high-margin player up against the Galaxy S's and LG G's of the world to something of a mob...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-20
The Moto X Play takes many of the renowned features and styling of the the Moto X (2014) and actually improves on them. We have a larger 1080p HD display at 5.5-inches (403 ppi) and no longer using the AMOLED technology but a more even-coloured LCD techno...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-17
It's August, which means that kids are filling their backpacks with pens, paper, textbooks and – oh, who are we kidding, no one uses those things anymore.Students want tech , and that's why our Back To School Guide features the best smartphones , tablets...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-11
Let's skip to the punch: the Moto X Play is in some ways a successor to last year's Moto X and in other ways a regression. But in lieu of the more expensive and powerful Moto X Style, which comes to the U.S. in September, Canadians must settle for the Mot...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-28
Large 5.5-inch screen with front firing speaker, Commendable 21MP and 5MP cameras, Water repellent coating, Well priced, Long lasting battery
Back cover isn't attractive, Non interchangeable battery, Could only be purchased outright for a limited time
Motorola has broken away from custom by releasing two versions of its Moto X. The Moto X Style, reviewed here , is the company's 2016 flagship as it wraps Motorola's most powerful technologies in its most ambitious design. Then there's the Moto X Play, a...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-16
The Moto-X Play is a sort-of sub-flagship from Motorola. Coming in just behind the Moto-X Style (AKA Moto-X Pure, depending on your location) in price, the Play holds true to Moto's recent shift towards affordable devices that skip the gimmicks and focus...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-07
Battery life. Battery life. Battery life. It just lasts forever, Rubber back looks and feels great, and minimises drops, Nice bright screen, and strong camera — night shots aren't stellar, though, Rugged, classy, powerful
Camera needs to be better at night. It works, but it isn't on par with flagships, On-board storage of 16GB is disappointing; it really should start at 32GB, Snapdragon 615 just wasn't the right processor for this phone. Snapdragon 808 would've nailed it,...
Since I first laid eyes on the Moto X Play back in August, I knew I was excited; for the first time in what felt like ages we had the beautiful industrial design of Motorola , paired with stock Android software, and (in 2015) finally the battery life to d...
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