Yesterday, we came across the hands-on images of the Moto G6 Play revealing what we can expect from the device in terms of design. The highlight of the G6 Play will be the fingerprint scanner placement; It's housed inside the Motorola dimple at the back, which is nothing new, but manufacturers have long forgotten this.
Recently, Moto G6 Play was also spotted in a hands-on video. The render of the Moto G6 Play, in particular, confirms that it will likely be the only model with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor while the other two will see the sensor placed below the display.
Going by the leaked image, it is quite sure now that the new Moto G6 Play will carry a glass build similar to that of Moto X4 which was launched past year. The handset has been listed as sporting an octa-core chip with a maximum operating frequency of 1.8GHz which is widely assumed to be Qualcomm's 450, with the same source also re-confirming the existence of a 5.7-inch "Max Vision" display boasting an elongated aspect ratio of 18:9, i.e. 2:1.
On the rear there's one camera and it's rumored to be a 13MP shooter, while on the front there's a likely 8MP sensor.
As you may have noticed, the Moto G6 and Moto G6 Plus both sport dual cameras on their backs. Last but not least, the whole package could utilise a 3000mAh battery with support for Turbo Charge. The specs are in line with past rumours about the G6 Play so it's fairly certain these are final. Although the Moto G6 Plus appears to be packing 4GB of RAM in the listing, there could be a variant with 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Besides, renders also suggest the handset the handset will feature dual-lens camera primary camera and a fingerprint sensor on the front. A recent online listing pegs the G6 at $250 (approx Rs 16,300), while the G6 Play may be priced at $200 (approx Rs 13,000). The specs sound very promising and it is confirmed that this will be a mid-range smartphone from Motorola powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. Giving rise to its "Plus" name, the G6 Plus is expected to arrive with a larger 5.93-inch Full HD display. Not much else is known about the Plus model as yet.