Motorola may have changed ownership a few times already, but the iconic Moto G series not only survived the turmoil but thrived. Cheap yet powerful is a very lucrative smartphone niche and lately all makers are making the run for it. Does the Moto G6 hits the sweet spot? Let’s find out!
The Moto G6 is the most balanced offer among the new Moto G6 trio with Play and Plus being the moderate and boosted options. So, as far as being in the middle – Moto G6 is already there.
Lenovo introduced the trendy tall screen to the Moto G6 series, as well as a dual-camera capable of native portrait shots. New glass design and modern chipset should make the G6 as compatible as possible.
Moto G6, Moto G6 Plus, and Moto G6 Play
One of the biggest Moto charms has always been the near vanilla Android experience and it’s here to stay with the G6. Motorola promise timely updates that will continue for at least two years.
Moto G6 specs
Body: Gorilla Glass 3 front and back, aluminum frame; p2i water repellent nano coating
Screen: 5.7-inch, 18:9, FHD+ 2160×1080, IPS LCD, MAX Vision
Rear Camera: 12MP, f/1.8 lens; Secondary 5MP; LED flash; 1080p@60fps video recording
Front Camera: 8MP, f/2.2 lens, 1080p@30fps video recording; LED selfie flash
Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 450, octa-core Cortex-A53 1.8GHz; Adreno 506 GPU
Memory: 3/4GB RAM, 32/64GB, dedicated microSD slot for up to 128GB expansion
OS: Android 8.0 Oreo
Battery: 3,000mAh, Turbo Charge 15W
Connectivity: Optional Dual SIM (4G), Bluetooth 4.2, NFC (EU only), GPS/GLONASS, Dual-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, FM radio, USB Type-C
Misc: Fingerprint reader in Home button
The Moto G6 is a modern-looking and well-specced smartphone, quite promising at that 250 price. But is it worth that cash? Let’s find out.
Unboxing the Moto G6
The Moto G6 comes packed in a colorful paper box. It’s bundled with a standard USB Type-C cable, a 15W TurboPower charger, and a transparent rubber case.
There are no headphones inside the Moto G6’s box, but you can use any pair thanks to the available audio jack.