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Moto Z2 Play India review: A tough balancing act

Motorola improves on the first-generation Z Play in several key areas while sacrificing battery capacity. While the budget segment in India is overflowing with excellent options, the same cannot be said of the mid-range segment. The ?20,000 - ?30,000 ($310 - $460) tier is underserved, and there is opportunity for brands to make a dent in this category. With the likes of the OnePlus 5 starting at ?32,999 ($515), there are just a handful of devices that are worthy of consideration: Samsung's Galaxy C7 Pro, the Honor 8 Pro, and the Moto Z2 Play.
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