The Motorola Moto Z Play is just like the Moto Z but comes with longer battery life and some of the specs taken away so that it doesn’t have the same specs as the Moto Z. If you thought the Moto Z looked like a great phone, but you didn’t want to pay for it all because you didn’t feel like you didn’t the specs that were quite as good and you also wanted a longer-lasting battery then the Motorola Moto Z Play is a great device for you.

Even though the Motorola Moto Z Play does have a huge battery that should last just about anyone a full day for a couple of years, it doesn’t come with a removable battery, and each time you charge the battery, it takes away some of its life expectancies. For example, from memory, the average iPhone made today gets about 350 battery charges before you’ll only start to get about 75& of the battery that you originally had. And for some people, the battery starts playing up or lasts a lot less than that yet again because people don’t know how to look after them.

The whole battery thing (if we are talking about a phone that has a non-removable battery) is the main reason I never advise people to buy a secondhand phone. You just don’t know how much use the

LineageOS 14.1 (official)

The LineageOS 14 is the first custom ROM that has ever arrived under the LineageOS name after they stopped working as CyanogenMod. The last CyanogenMod custom ROM was based on the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, and the LineageOS is the direct continuation of that and is the custom ROM based on the Android 7.0 Nougat. The LineageOS 14.1 is the custom ROM that is based on the Android 7.1 Nougat.

These LineageOS custom ROMs are being made by the same people that were behind CyanogenMod. They are also just as good now; that’s why many other custom ROM developers are using the LineageOS as the base source for their ROMs just like they used to do with the CyanogenMod custom ROMs as well.

Download: LineageOS 14.1