Wednesday , October 17 2018 Ausdroid » Hardware » Mobiles » Moto G6 Play appears in rendered images, alongside a 360-degree video

Alongside the already leaked next-generation Moto phones for 2018, we’ve now got visuals of the upcoming Moto G6 Play thanks to OnLeaks and compareraja.in. Precisely how valid these renders are is – as yet – unknown, but one thing we know about renders is this. If they’re from a good source, they give us a good look at what’s coming up – a phone that, for a budget price, will still deliver the premium goods.

Here’s what we know. The Moto G6 Play will have a 5.7-inch HD screen with minimal bezels. It’s unclear if it’ll reach that magical 18:9 ratio, but there’s no front home button, and though the frame on the sides will likely be aluminium, the front and back will be glass panels. There’s going to be a 12MP rear camera, dual selfie camera, all powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor, 32GB onboard storage, 3GB RAM, and a large 4000 mAh battery. A 2GB RAM with 16 GB storage variant may also be available. Color options may include Gold, Charcoal, or Blue.

Source: compareraja.in.

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So i’m guessing that’s another year of micro usb then…. Frustrating senior citizens everywhere.

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