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Moto Z3 Play + moto power pack & JBL SoundBoost 2 speaker £229.99 Delivered with code @ Lenovo UK
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Moto Z3 Play + moto power pack & JBL SoundBoost 2 speaker £229.99 Delivered with code @ Lenovo UK

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Now £229 with code!
Great price for this mid-range smartphone considering cheaper than the recent Amazon offer, and includes both the moto power pack and the JBL SoundBoost 2 speaker.

You'll need to use the code MOTOMADNESS at checkout

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Take life further with the new Dual Sim moto z3 play.Go all weekend with up to 40 hours of combined battery life by snapping on the included battery Moto Mod.* Or add other unique capabilities that reflect the things you love. Watch your videos and games come alive on a virtually borderless 6” display. Get creative with the depth-sensing camera’s new photo features, including Cinemagraphs. Explore more of the world around you with Google Lens built right into the camera. Make room for more photos, songs, and videos thanks to an additional microSD card slot.† All this in one of the thinnest premium smartphones on the market. moto z3 play. Go further.


  • Get up to 40 hours of battery with the included Moto Power Pack straight out of the box or customise your phone with other Moto mods to make it solely yours
  • Virtually borderless 6 Inch Super AMOLED display; enjoy edge-to-edge views with deep blacks and vivid colours on a 6 Inch max vision full HD+ display; virtually borderless 6 Inch Super AMOLED display
  • Dual depth-sensing smart cameras; capture brilliant photos in any light; animate your world with cinemographs; get creative by blurring layers and mixing colours
  • Sleek, thin design with face unlock; with smooth, rounded edges and 2.5D shaped Corning Gorilla Glass, one of the thin smartphones around is also elegant to look at
  • Blazing-fast charging; get half a day's power in half an hour of charging with TurboPower
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Fab deal Mr Smith (Smyth, sorry!)
Edited by: "xavierluther" 12th Sep
I guess you must really want to want the Moto Mods to add value as this is pretty lacklustre in 2019 with a relatively slow SD636 and average other specs.
plewis0013/09/2019 02:28

I guess you must really want to want the Moto Mods to add value as this is …I guess you must really want to want the Moto Mods to add value as this is pretty lacklustre in 2019 with a relatively slow SD636 and average other specs.


I'd take it over Sony latest mid-ranger with SD630 onboard and usual tiny battery. Better value than Moto g7 series which is plagued with weird spec choices(HD+screens small batteries, SD632 CPU, no NFC). Redmi note is a king of value but lacks NFC and has hybrid dual SIM. If you can live with non-gaming CPU then Z3 Play is actually a decent option with FHD+OLED screen, NFC, dual SIM, good sized battery (with power-pack on) ,expandable storage.
litwoojczyznomoj13/09/2019 08:19

I'd take it over Sony latest mid-ranger with SD630 onboard and usual tiny …I'd take it over Sony latest mid-ranger with SD630 onboard and usual tiny battery. Better value than Moto g7 series which is plagued with weird spec choices(HD+screens small batteries, SD632 CPU, no NFC). Redmi note is a king of value but lacks NFC and has hybrid dual SIM. If you can live with non-gaming CPU then Z3 Play is actually a decent option with FHD+OLED screen, NFC, dual SIM, good sized battery (with power-pack on) ,expandable storage.


Problem with Xperia 10 is not so much 6 series SoC or battery, is lack of good cameras unlike Motorola G7 Plus (that you can get for less than £200 new)

Apart from that stand-out and this year's One line-up, rest of Moto midrangers (why so many?) perform surprisingly well despite unglam specs, this is what Motorola is good at, well-rounded phones that people and reviewers like, that somehow manage to conjure something better than the sum of their parts. Good software helps.

Modularity adds a lot of value/options @plewis00, but doesn't come cheap... unless you get something like this!
Edited by: "xavierluther" 14th Sep
xavierluther14/09/2019 19:20

Problem with Xperia 10 is not so much 6 series SoC or battery, is lack of …Problem with Xperia 10 is not so much 6 series SoC or battery, is lack of good cameras unlike Motorola G7 Plus (that you can get for less than £200 new)Apart from that stand-out and this year's One line-up, rest of Moto midrangers (why so many?) perform surprisingly well despite unglam specs, this is what Motorola is good at, well-rounded phones that people and reviewers like, that somehow manage to conjure something better than the sum of their parts. Good software helps.Modularity adds a lot of value/options @plewis00, but doesn't come cheap... unless you get something like this!


I agree, my mum has a Moto g5 which is still going strong. Decent camera, it doesn't lag for simple use or run out of battery and memory is transferable. I prefer it over the Xperia M4 which I had. That was horrible, it overheated, memory was low and did not allow me to have even a few apps toward the end(even with a 32gb as) and screen was not that good. However, I have a Nokia 6.1 which I feel it better for longitivity as after a year, it is still the same as when I had it new and it feels much more premium
Mahir_Uddin14/09/2019 19:30

I agree, my mum has a Moto g5 which is still going strong. Decent camera, …I agree, my mum has a Moto g5 which is still going strong. Decent camera, it doesn't lag for simple use or run out of battery and memory is transferable. I prefer it over the Xperia M4 which I had. That was horrible, it overheated, memory was low and did not allow me to have even a few apps toward the end(even with a 32gb as) and screen was not that good. However, I have a Nokia 6.1 which I feel it better for longitivity as after a year, it is still the same as when I had it new and it feels much more premium


Nokias' formidable design taken midfield by storm, one of reasons why Moto is suffering, similar software but better support. Moto's One line is a step up in design to challenge Chinese and Nokia, also on software support.

Z line modular design means they can only upgrade it on front, which they have nicely done, with this and especially Z4.

So many good Moto phones to choose from! I normally only buy older flagships, it's my kind of thing - got Z2 Force, and love it. But I don't have mods and with this deal I'd kill 2 birds with one stone.

Like they say here: decisions, decisions...
Edited by: "xavierluther" 14th Sep
xavierluther14/09/2019 19:20

Problem with Xperia 10 is not so much 6 series SoC or battery, is lack of …Problem with Xperia 10 is not so much 6 series SoC or battery, is lack of good cameras unlike Motorola G7 Plus (that you can get for less than £200 new)Apart from that stand-out and this year's One line-up, rest of Moto midrangers (why so many?) perform surprisingly well despite unglam specs, this is what Motorola is good at, well-rounded phones that people and reviewers like, that somehow manage to conjure something better than the sum of their parts. Good software helps.Modularity adds a lot of value/options @plewis00, but doesn't come cheap... unless you get something like this!


I like the idea of mods but they never executed it well enough IMO. Mods prevent using cases, which is something people typically want. Also, being a ‘Play’ device, it’s not premium enough - based on my experience of Motorola devices anyway. I guess if you can utilise the mods well, then it’s a lot of added value.
plewis0017/09/2019 08:55

I like the idea of mods but they never executed it well enough IMO. Mods …I like the idea of mods but they never executed it well enough IMO. Mods prevent using cases, which is something people typically want. Also, being a ‘Play’ device, it’s not premium enough - based on my experience of Motorola devices anyway. I guess if you can utilise the mods well, then it’s a lot of added value.


Yes, if it had been regular Z3 (SD 835) it would've been more appealing, but this Play is only version to be sold in UK apparently

Anyway decided to pass on this occasion as I've purchased a couple of phones recently

Good work OP though
Edited by: "xavierluther" 17th Sep
xavierluther17/09/2019 09:11

Yes, if it had been regular Z3 (SD 835) it would've been more appealing, …Yes, if it had been regular Z3 (SD 835) it would've been more appealing, but this Play is only version to be sold in UK apparentlyAnyway decided to pass on this occasion as I've purchased a couple of phones recently


Yes, I wouldn’t bother with much less than 800-series Snapdragon now either but even the 835 is showing it’s age due to poorly-coded websites and you can get a good 835 phone like a OnePlus 5 for £120 these days (what I paid from Envirofone). Moto Play editions are always a let down, shame as ‘Play Edition’ used to mean unmolested firmware.
As far as I can see, this is still working.
xavierluther19/09/2019 18:34

It's now even cheaper!


Nice one! I was hovering over this but now I've gone for it.
I'd welcome comments from existing Motorola owners as to the frequency Lenovo release software updates please. They were useless with the Lenovo P2, great phone but abandoned support!
Absolute belter! I actually checked this deal last night when it was still expired as I've just broken my lad's MotoZ by attempting a battery replacement with insufficient patience to do a good job. I tried using the code for a laugh and it brought the price down to £249.99 so I planned to purchase tonight and update the deal, but here we are, they've gone and made it even cheaper! Absolutely chuffed. Thanks OP, you've just saved my 10 year old an extra £20 of his pocket money (he's contributing to the upgrade). Much obliged!
Oh, don't suppose anyone knows a good place to pickup a Moto Style shell with wireless charging??
You'll be lucky I'm sure it was discontinued the day after it was released its that rare.
If they do pop up eBay is your best bet.
Aza19/09/2019 21:09

I'd welcome comments from existing Motorola owners as to the frequency …I'd welcome comments from existing Motorola owners as to the frequency Lenovo release software updates please. They were useless with the Lenovo P2, great phone but abandoned support!


I can't comment on the Z3 but on my g7 power it was still on Dec 2018 security patch upto last month and there had been no software updates at all.Now I'm not sure if Lenovo have turned a corner and are now looking after us Moto owners because start of aug we got July security patch and then start of sept we got August, still no software updates just security patches.
Hammer200619/09/2019 22:33

I can't comment on the Z3 but on my g7 power it was still on Dec 2018 …I can't comment on the Z3 but on my g7 power it was still on Dec 2018 security patch upto last month and there had been no software updates at all.Now I'm not sure if Lenovo have turned a corner and are now looking after us Moto owners because start of aug we got July security patch and then start of sept we got August, still no software updates just security patches.


Thanks for the response, appreciated!
Thanks for posting the deal. I'm upgrading from a Z to this. I have the projector mod and it's great. This will be a nice collection.
Can anybody recommend good bumpers or cases for this? Thanks.
Advice for buying Moto Mods; check CeX, eBay and Amazon.com (ie US Website). There are bargains to be had. I managed to get a projector (new) for about £80, and a Hasselblad mod (used) for just over £60. I use the wireless charging mod daily; luckily it came free with the Z2 play.
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