USA retailer mistakenly publishes Moto G6 pricing and shipping estimates
- Author: Kara Saunders Apr 04, 2018,
Apr 04, 2018, 1:08
In addition, while both models will feature a 5.7-inch "Max Vision" display, they will differ in terms of the resolution - in favor of the standard model. Moto G6 and Moto G6 Play were priced at $249 and $199, respectively.
The word on the street is that Moto G6 series will be released first in India, Brazil and other emerging markets and later to developed regions such as Europe and America. The screen is going to offer a 1440×720 pixel resolution, and on the inside of the phone there is a 1.4 GHz, quad-core CPU, probably a Snapdragon 430.
The promotional images of the Moto G6 series don't reveal any features about the phone and except the elongated 18:9 aspect ratio display and dual camera setup on the Moto G6 Plus. "Based on the previous speculation, the Moto G6 Plus is expected to come with a larger 5.93" Full HD+ display with RAM and storage options of up to 6GB RAM and 64GB of storage.
4GB RAM + 64GB internal storage. Both the front and rear cameras of the Moto G6 and G6 Play will include several additional features like - face filters, landmark recognition, object recognition, text scanning, and active photos which will work much like the live photos feature seen on iPhones. Also coming up next is their Moto Z3 which is their 3rd generation smartphones to support its modular MotoMods. They also run on Android 8.0.
On the back, there is a 13MP camera, with Rapid Focus technology, and the battery will be 4000 mAh. As for the availability details, Moto G6 is expected to ship starting May 10, which hints at April launch of the phone.
In the third image, Moto G6 Plus is shown to have special camera feature that allows the user to change the background of the photo while keeping the subject in the same place. "For the standard Moto G6, it will come with a 3D glass back design like the Moto X4 while the front comes with a 5.7" Full HD+ display. We expect the company to opt for the MediaTek chipset for this device. There's also a microSD card slot to hold up to 128GB of extra storage. Juicing up the device could be a slightly bigger 3,200mAh battery that's also charged with Motorola's TurboPower charger. At the back, you have a circular dual camera module with LED flash. The shipping of this phone is expected to be around mid-May.