Motorola's offering to Android smartphones has ballooned over the years, but by 2018 the company was pretty quiet. MWC came and went without new phones, but it looks like Moto has the latest generation of its legendary "G" series on its way …
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To last year's Tracking the Moto G5 Family It seems that Lenovo's own company is inspired by the Moto X4. This is a major departure from last year's Moto G5 design, but with reports suggesting that the "Moto X5" will be canceled, it makes sense that Moto would like to maintain this popular design to some extent.
I've seen this design in a handful of renderings, and today KillerFeatures has leaked a new series of images from Moto & # 39; s upcoming G6 and G6 Play. These pictures do not bring any surprises, but they also confirm the 18: 9 display, the front-facing fingerprint sensor and the "3D Glass" back panel.
Moto G6 Play
Moto G6  Besides these new renderers, we also get a new report on the specifications of the Moto G6 family courtesy of Android Headlines . This report claims that the 5.7-inch "Max Vision" 18: 9 display will be on the Moto G6. This display is a Gorilla Glass 3-covered FHD + panel with support for an "attention-to-display" feature that ensures that the screen stays on when the user is looking at it.
KillerFeatures reports that the more budget friendly Moto G6 Play will also offer a 18: 9 display, but as a lower HD + resolution, but at the same overall size. They also report a Snapdragon 430 in this device, while Android Headlines reports a Snapdragon 450 for the Moto G6.
As we've seen in the renderings, this review also confirms the glass design and adds that to the device's splash-proof design, as is common with Motorola devices.
The report also states that the Moto G6 comes with a dual-camera system as found in the Moto X4, but the exact specifications are unknown now. However, the front-facing camera was confirmed as an 8-MP sensor. However, these dual cameras can use a "Selective Focus" mode to blur the background, and new features such as "animated face filters" and the ability to natively scan documents are also available. At last, this report claims that the Moto G6 offers compatibility with Motorola's "TurboPower" charging on its 3000 mAh battery. This battery will seem to take "all day", which should be true considering the specifications of this device.
The report also mentions that familiar moto-software features will be in tow, as well as things like fingerprint sensor gestures. However, the smaller Moto G6 Play will not have it because there is no fingerprint sensor.
It's still unclear when the Moto G6 family will debut, but it's becoming another solid proposition. Apparently, the pricing with the G6 Play at $ 199 and the G6 at $ 249 is very affordable.
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