Moto G6 series leaks in 5 shades: Quick facts on Android phone


The devices in Moto G6 series are expected to be the Moto G6, Moto G6 Play and Moto G6 Plus.

For the unknown, Motorola Brazil has started sending out media invites for a launch event which is scheduled on April 19 at Sao Paulo, Brazil, and the company is expected to launch its much-anticipated Moto G6-series at the said event. The Moto G6 Play is expected to be the most affordable of the three devices, with a single-camera setup and basic hardware for the budget range of smartphones. But as it happens every time, both G6 and G6 Play have been a subject to several leaks and rumours. The renders are leaked by a Twitter user named Ishan Agarwal.

The display sports a "Max vision", edge-to-edge design, which means it has the aspect ratio of 18:9. The back panel seems to sport a glass design and the fingerprint sensor could be placed right on the "M" logo at the back.

Moto G6 Play Gold. Image credit Mobilescout
Moto G6 Play Gold. Image credit Mobilescout

Going by the leaked image, it is quite sure now that the new Moto G6 Play will carry a glass build similar to that of Moto X4 which was launched past year. Moto G6 is said to be powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 450 chipset. Dual-SIM card support with 32GB inbuilt storage is also likely to come on board. The Amazon listing also specifically mentions a US warranty, suggesting Motorola will once again be retailing its handsets unlocked, in addition to offering them through select wireless carriers. Ahead of the launch, the Moto G6 has been spotted on Amazon Canada's website. However, the specifications were mentioned in detail.

Apart from that, the listing reveals certain specifications of the budget smartphone that include 3GB of RAM, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 SoC (MSM8937) clocked at 1.4GHz, and Android 8.0.0 Oreo.

The listing further confirms the presence of a dual rear camera setup that boasts features like portrait shorts and in-built face filters.

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