Upcoming Moto G6 get spotted in official-looking renders

by Joe 0

Over the past few months, we’d heard a lot about the upcoming Moto G6 from its renders all the way to its specs. Today, courtesy of the folks at KillerFeatures, we’re able to take a good look at this highly anticipated handset before it’s even made official.

While the device we seen here is pretty much similar to what we’d seen from the earlier leaks, but they do reaffirm that the upcoming Moto G6 will be coming with an 18:9 fullscreen display as suggested by the earlier renders. Other than that, you can expect pretty much the same design language as other recent Motorola smartphones on its front and rear chassis.

Moto G6

Moto G6

According to earlier reports, the Moto G6 is expected to sport a 5.7-inches FHD+ display which is driven by a Snapdragon 450 SoC along with 3GB+32GB or 4GB+64GB memory configurations. Camera-wise, there is a 12MP+5MP dual-snappers at the back, as well as a 16 megapixels front-facing selfie cam. You can expect to find a 3,000mAh power plant under the hood which keep the device ticking for a decent amount of time.

Moto G6 Play

Moto G6 Play

The Moto G6 Play on the other hand, is the cheapest unit in the G6 series. The device is expected to come with a similar 5.7-inches display, but with a watered-down resolutions of 720 x 1,440 pixels. It is rumored to be powered by a Snapdragon 430 SoC alongside 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage space under its memory compartment. As for its camera, it will be arriving with a 13 megapixels main snapper instead. Although the device is the most affordable among its sibling, but it will come with a larger 4,000mAh battery capacity instead.

If you’re interested, you can head down to check out the expected pricing for the Moto G6, G6 Play, as well as G6 Plus here!

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