Motorola's Moto E6 range is compromised for affordability. As a reasonably priced Android phone you are sacrificing high-end features, build quality and often aesthetics for something cheap and functional. According to new renderers purchased from the German website Mobielkopen the E6 line may be visually updated in the form of a suitable E6-play version of the phone.
The 149-dollar standard E6 appeared this summer as a cheap Android phone on the cheaper end, just below the Moto G7 Play. In contrast to last year's E5, which was available as a standard E5 and then as a Play and Plus version, the E6 was the only model available until the launch of the E6 Plus in September for European and South American customers only ,
Well, these renderings suggest that the E6 line might get their play version. As highlighted in Android Central the illustrations show a 18: 9 aspect ratio for the display as well as a Micro USB charging port and a 3.5mm E6 Plus headphone jack. Android Central also points to the placement of the camera and the lack of the plus-double-lens system as further evidence that this is most likely the play version of the E6.
Regardless, this unit looks like it's way above its weight in terms of design. The back is black glossy and the color is pretty nice. You could make things worse for a budget phone.