Motorola's freshly-announced lineup of 2015 Moto devices included two variants of the Moto X: the aesthetics-focussed Moto X Style, and the more entertainment-orientated Moto X Play.

One of the biggest selling points of the Moto X Play is the battery 3,630mAh, which Motorola promises will last two days on a single charge, even when using 4G LTE and other battery-intensive features.

It also includes Motorola's Turbo Charge technology, which the company claims is the fastest quick-charging tech on the market, giving the Moto X eight hours of battery life in just 15 minutes of charging.

It also showed that the Moto X Play, with a 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 Octa-core CPU, Adreno 405 GPU and 2GB of RAM, does a very good job of keeping up with the pace, as the game's visuals kept a consistent framerate as I raced around the track.

Motorola has also fitted the new Moto X Play with a 21 megapixel camera, a hefty pixel boost that (on paper) puts the Moto X Play's snapper in the same league as the one found on the Sony Xperia Z3+.

Both the main camera and the 5MP front camera have a blue glass filter that gets rid of infrared - which means images look more natural.

The dual LED flashes on the rear camera include Colour Correlated Temperature features, which again helps keep colours accurate when using the flash.

The front camera of the Moto X Play dosn't have a flash, but in a rather clever move, uses the screen instead. When you take a selfie shot in low light, the screen will flash a bright light, again with the colour adjusted to make it look more natural.


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