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Motorola Moto G6 Play features widescreen with 18:9 aspect ratio Manosco neto YouTube

Moto G6 Play video YouTube leak

Yesterday, we came across the hands-on images of the Moto G6 Play revealing what we can expect from the device in terms of design. However, the fingerprint sensor has been positioned on the back of the handset. The images showcase the front and back of the device along with some specs shown on the sticker on the display. All three Moto G6 phones are expected to sport full-screen displays. Previous reports have tipped that the smartphone will incorporate a 1.4GHz octa-core processor, which could be either the Snapdragon 430 SoC or Snapdragon 427 SoC. They confirm the design that we've seen before in previous leaks.

In the meanwhile, tipster Ishan Agarwal has shared renders of the Moto G6, Moto G6 Plus, and Moto G6 Play.

Keen-eyed tipster Roland Quandt noticed Moto G6 32GB model listed on Canada and the U.S. edition of Amazon and once, it got reported in the media, the webpage was taken down.


On the front, it will come with a 5.7-inch Full HD+ display having 18:9 aspect ratio. The Moto G6 will be the standard one whereas the Moto G6 Plus will be the highest and most equipped model in Moto G6 series.

Besides the generic Moto G6, Lenovo-owned Motorola will also be unveiling low-end Moto G6 Play and a high-end Moto G6 Plus. Being a "Play" device, the G6 Play should have a larger battery than its compatriots, and a 4,000mAh unit has been suggested.

Finally there's the cheapest member of the Motorola G6 family. Other features that are likely to be seen on the smartphone are front fingerprint sensor, Android Oreo OS, 3.5mm headphone jack, micro-USB port, dual sim option, 4000mAh battery and much more. A recent online listing pegs the G6 at $250 (approx Rs 16,300), while the G6 Play may be priced at $200 (approx Rs 13,000). The handset shown in the images is the "Moto G6 Play". The specs sound very promising and it is confirmed that this will be a mid-range smartphone from Motorola powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. As the company has started sending media invites for an event in Brazil scheduled on April 19.



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