Moto G6 Play spotted in hands-on images ahead of launch

Moto G6 Play spotted in hands-on images ahead of launch

Motorola is expected to announce the Moto G6 and perhaps the G6 Plus and G6 Play next week at an event in Sao Paulo Brazil, but we've already seen a quick look at each of the phones after a new leak.

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 previous year. The image firstly seems to confirm an 18:9 display, which keeps in line with past rumours and renders.

Previous rumors have suggested that the Moto G6 Play might come with a 5.7-inch HD+ (720x1440) 18:9 IPS display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 427 SoC under-the-hood coupled with Adreno 505 GPU, 2GB of RAM, 16GB inbuilt storage and the whole package is expected to be backed by a 4000mAh battery.

Though there is no mention of the camera MP count, reliable reports have indicated that the Moto G6 will come with dual 12MP + 5MP primary camera setup and a 16MP front-facing camera. As per the 10-second video also shared by Slashleaks, the Moto G6 Play's display and the rear panel is shown. The Moto G6, from what we know so far, will also sport a 5.7-inch Full HD+ display like the G6 Play.


On the rear there's one camera and it's rumored to be a 13MP shooter, while on the front there's a likely 8MP sensor.

Finally there's the cheapest member of the Motorola G6 family. Now ahead of the launch, out of these three, the Moto G6 Play has surfaced online in a couple hands-on images of the upcoming Moto smartphone. The highlight of the G6 Play will be the fingerprint scanner placement; It's housed inside the Motorola dimple at the back, which is nothing new, but manufacturers have long forgotten this.

A Twitter user has shared the renders of all the smartphones in the Moto G6 lineup. In terms of optics, the G6 Play could be launched with a single 13-megapixel sensor at the rear and a 5-megapixel selfie sensor. The phone will likely be powered by a more powerful Snapdragon 630 SoC. But, the site's URL is not erased just yet, hinting it will go live again after the official launch.

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