The new launch of Moto G6 is tomorrow, and we will report live from Sao Paulo, Brazil, to present all the news of the Motorola press conference.
Update: The release date of Moto G6 is set for April 19, which is tomorrow, and Motorola itself has shared an advance showing the device in question, while the phone images of the manufacturer of Olixar boxes have given us an idea of what to expect.
Rumors point to a trio of new phones with the Moto G6 will join the Moto G6 Plus and Moto G6 Play.
They will replace the Moto G5S and G5S Plus (as well as the Moto G5 and G5 Plus) and with that also Moto G6 Fugues in the last couple of months, it seems that we already have a very good idea of what you can expect to see the April 19th.
The code names for these phones, according to Evan Blass are Blaine (Moto G6), Ashley (Moto G6 Play) and Teller (Moto G6 Plus), while the fingerprints of the three phones are also They appeared in Thailand.
Names of the Moto G6 line: Ashley – G6 PlayBlaine – G6Teller – G6 Plus February 21, 2018
We gather all the information about the rumored Moto G6 and its possible variants for you below.
Cut to the hunt
- What is it? The next affordable mid-range Moto phone
- When did it come out? The launch is scheduled for April 19
- How much will it cost? Not too much
Moto G6 launch date
It seems that we will see the Moto G6 (plus Moto G6 Plus and Moto G6 Play) on April 19, when Motorola sent invitations to an event in Sao Paulo, Brazil on that date.
The Moto G6 does not carry his name, but it's hard to think about what else Motorola could organize an event at the moment, and the green on the invitation seems to be the same color as on the Moto G6's home screen. Also in a recently filtered image.
In case of failure, a recent leak points to a mid-May launch for the G6 range, with the Moto G6 standard apparently sent before May 10.
Moto G6 price
It has been reported that the Moto G6 will cost $ 240 (around £ 170, Rs 15,500) and the Moto G6 Plus will cost $ 330 (around £ 230, Rs 21,000).
That would be cheaper than previous versions of the G series, so we would be surprised if the final price of the Moto G6 is so low. It is worth keeping the fingers and toes crossed.
Design and display of the Moto G6
Do you remember the Moto X? The Moto G6 series will apparently differ from the G5 series in terms of design to integrate features that remind you of the old Moto X.
The three new Moto G6 phones are ready to come with 18: 9 screens, continuing the popular trend in the mobile market at this time for the highest screen form factor.
The flight suggests that the Moto G6 Play entry level will have a 5.7-inch 720p screen (and a 4000 mAh battery), while the Moto G6 could boast a 5.7-inch FHD + screen . Android Headlines adds that the G6 Play will have an aspect ratio of 18: 9 and neither will be water resistant.
Meanwhile, the Moto G6 Plus could come with a 5.94-inch FHD + screen. Since then, these specifications have been echoed on Twitter and again through a preview of an Amazon list.
The most detailed images we've seen so far of the Moto G6, Moto G6 Plus and Moto G6 Play seem to be official Motorola renders that show almost every angle of the phone.
We have put a selection of photos in a gallery below, but each of them was filtered by Twitter user Ishan Agarwal. We still have to know where the images come from, so we'll take these photos with a little salt until we see the official launch of the phone.
Moto G6 Play
The images apparently confirmed that the fingerprint scanner will be below the screen on each of the devices, in addition to the Moto G6 Play, where it is located on the back. You can also clearly see the great influence of Moto X design on these new images.
Long before we saw the renderings above, we saw a couple of images on the website of a Chinese standards agency that gives us a glimpse of the front and the back of what appears to be the Moto G6.
The filtered images are intended to show the Moto G6 Plus with an 18: 9 aspect ratio screen and a fingerprint scanner below, which adds more fuel to the rumor of the big screen.  Image 1 of 2