Motorola mobility has been producing high quality devices for a long time now. The Moto G6 and the G6 Plus are the two upcoming devices from Motorola and would be the successors of the current G5 and G5 Plus lineup,. The device is intended to target the mid-level range. The release date of the G6, although is not confirmed, may be somewhere in between the August and September of 2017. Moto subtly enhances the specs on their devices and tune them ever so slightly to match the recent trends and requirements of the market and although Moto devices may not offer the best specs high-end specs, they make up for it in their performance. With a beautiful look and exciting features, let’s jump into the review of the much awaited Moto G6.
In terms of display, the Moto G6 will sport its ever so curved unibody design which is nothing short of a delight to hold in your hands. Motorola ensures comfort and usability over everything and they seem to implement it well in their smartphone. All the Moto devices have a signature curved back and the G6 will be no exception. However, the device is still yet to make an official reveal, and at this point, any specs and details mentioned here may change in the coming future.
Much like its predecessor, the Moto G6 will sport a fullHD display. The screen size is assumed to be 5.5-inches with a pixel density of somewhere around the 450 ppi range. Also, the G6 shall sport the Corning Gorilla Glass 4 for a scratch free, better and safe experience.
When it comes to performance, Motorola excels and disappoints simultaneously. Though it offers the stock ROM version of Android, over time, the device tends to lag and slow down a bit. However, its ability to pull notifications and displaying them is unparalleled. If Motorola manages to maintain this top notch notification pulling coupled with a better user experience, one that promises no lag in the upcoming future, the Moto G6 may end up being the best device in the G-series lineup.
The Moto G6 is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 635 chipset with an octa-core processor clocked at 1.5 GHz and containing A-53 cores, along with 64-bit architecture. We are expecting the graphics processor to be an Adreno 530 bit still await confirmation. Coupled with either 3GB or 4GB of RAM (we are expecting two variants of the Moto G6), if properly optimized, the device will impress people by the millions. The G6 will most probably come in two variants, namely the 32GB and the 64GB variant. Motorola never had any performance issues per say and proved to be far better and superior in terms of flawless and smooth user experience compared to many other smartphones out there. A little tweak here and there and it will become the best in no time.
The Moto cameras are proven to be a force to be reckoned with. According to the G6 Plus’s rest, the newer generation of camera sensors emphasizes more on details than on saturation. Putting it more simply, pictures taken from the G6 Plus didn’t seem much vibrant in terms of color representation, but they were able to capture the minute details of the subject, much more vividly and clearly as compared to other smartphones. Since the Moto G6 is a part of this newer generation of cameras, we can expect similar performance from it as well.
The Moto G6 is rumored to sport a dual rear 16-megapixel camera and an 8-megapixel front facing shooter.
No news as such on this topic, however, we can concoct an idea based on the nearby device. The G5 had a 3000mAH battery and the G6 Plus is sporting a 3300mAh. Hence, the G6 will most probably be powered by something that lies somewhere in between this range, or by something bigger, is Motorola wants to give us a surprise. In terms of battery backup, Motorola may not be worst but it could do so much better, especially when compared to its competitors.