Review Of Motorola’s Moto G6
Motorola’s Moto G6 gets its review. With its price of Rs 13,999, this device has a stunning design and cameras. The Moto G6 is a well-made phone and is one of the best looking devices.
The Moto G6
The Motorola G series is the company’s answer to Xiaomi’s Redmi device line-up. The newest member of the G series is the Moto G6.
It has a 5,7-inch FHD+ 18:9 display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor, a glass-and-metal construction, and dual cameras. Its price starts at Rs 13,999 for the low end model up to Rs 15,999 for the top end model.
Moto G6 Specifications
The Moto G6 has a 5.7-inch, 18:9 LCD display. Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor; 3GB/4GB RAM; 32GB/64GB storage; and microSD card slot. It supports dual SIM; 12MP and 5MP rear, 16MP front camera; 3000mAh battery; Android 8.0 Oreo; and 4G VoLTE.
Design And Display Of The Moto G6
The moto G6 is different from any of the phones on the Motorola G series when it comes to design. It feels like a high end device, complete with the 3D glass and metal combining together. As a Matter of fact, the Moto G6 looks exactly like the Moto X4. Its fit and finish is good. Its rests perfectly in your palm because of its curved rear. It wieghs 167 grams and measures 8.3 mm.
The Motorola Moto G6 has minimum bezels around the display. It has 18: 9 aspect ratio, similar to that of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro. This gives the phone its extra inches of screen space without actually increasing the size of the device. The taller screen makes it good for watching movies and playing games.
Its fingerprint sensor remains in front, just below the screen, that doubles into a home button. The G6 has a facial recognition feature to unlock the phone, though.
More Of The Moto G6
Its dual-SIM card tray is located on the top of the phone, next to a microphone. On the bottom is a 3.55mm headphone jack, and the USB Type-C connector for fast charging purposes.
In conclusion, the Motorola Moto G6 is a well-made phone that delivers a number of promises that Motorola has made. But a beefier processor would have been much better.