Motorola claims the camera on the Moto G6 is also brilliant at scanning and converting images to text. The G6 will retail for around $249.
Perhaps the biggest upgrades Motorola has packed into the G6 and G6 Plus are dual rear cameras. With that being said, the update is more than 1 GB in size, hence, you are advised to download it over a Wi-Fi connection for faster speed and to avoid incurring any extra charges on your mobile data.
Motorola has the brand, the relationships, and a history of reliability.
Motorola has confirmed it will be introducing a new software beta program. There's a microSD card slot, which you can use to expand storage by up to 128GB, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and the phone runs Android 8.0. Moto doesn't bother messing with Google's icons or adding redundant apps, and a lot of people appreciate that.
Of course, something's got to give to keep the price down, but in the case of the Moto G6 I think the compromises that have been made are the right ones. That battery makes the E5 Plus feel a little bit chunky, although it's still only 0.37-inch thick.
Where the G6 Play beats, its counterpart is in battery life. Notably, the G6 Plus and standard E5 won't be landing in the US.
The Moto E5 comes in Gold and Platinum colors and will cost €150 (INR12,220 aprrox). It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 quad-core SoC, with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage, which is expandable using a microSD card. The definition is however lower than the other two devices, and the fingerprint reader for this model is located on the back.
What's the downside? That screen is not very sharp, and also not very bright.
The Moto G6's approach is more like those of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X. Given the timing, it could launch alongside the Moto G6 and E5 series, but only time will tell. But it's a nice lower-end phone for folks who will want to spend under $100 at their carrier and don't need a big phablet.
The camera setup isn't going to win any awards, but Motorola continues to bring impressive features to its budget devices. It is powered by 1.8GHz Octa-Core Snapdragon 450 14nm processor with with Adreno 506 GPU.
Advanced imaging software means studio quality portraits, artistic black and white shots, and hilarious face filters come to life through the dual rear 5MP and 12MP cameras.
The new Moto G6 Plus isn't just a Moto G6 with a larger screen - instead the company has packed in a few important spec improvements too. That's because the odd duck out, from my perspective, is the Moto E5 Play.
Moto G6 will start at $249 United States dollars, G6 Plus at 299-Euro*, and G6 Play at $199. In fact, you have to place the two handsets right next to each other to spot the differences between them. The front lip also houses the fingerprint sensor which also supports all the Moto gestures featured on the previous generation devices. The battery is the smallest of the bunch, at 2800 mAh, but that's probably fine for the lower-spec hardware it's feeding. Its highlight is the 5000mAh battery, with TurboCharge support that the company says will provide juice worth 6 hours on 15 minutes of charge. What's important about the G6 though is the camera.
Selfies ought to turn out the same, though, since the G6 Plus has the same 8-megapixel front-facing camera with flash as its marginally smaller sibling.
Moto G6 specifications Moto G6 sports a 5.7-inch FullHD extended display and runs Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box.
The Plus version of the G6 has a larger screen as you would expect (5.9-inch, 18:9, 1080p) and a slightly faster Snapdragon processor (2.2GHz v. 1.4GHz).
All of these phones are coming out later this spring.