Lenovo owned Moto is all set to bring the 2018 line-up of its popular mid-range G series of smartphones.
Flagship smartphone Moto G6 Plus, announcement of which will take place in less than a week, will go on sale in five shades of body to attract a wider audience of potential buyers. Well apart from this, there isn't any other information available on the Geekbench listing.
The Moto G6 Play scored 1,801 points in multi-core test, and 472 in single-core performance benchmarks. This may not be a good revelation for the G6 Play as the Snapdragon 430 is quite an old chipset that debuted back in 2015. A 3250mAh battery will power the device, and Android 8.0 Oreo will come pre-installed on the phone. Finally, the smartphone is said to pack a battery of 3,200mAh to keep the lights on. You can find out the live embedded Tweet shared by Evan Blass from here. This is because the G5 lineup was also introduced at the same event past year. There could be two variants of the Moto G6 with different storage and RAM capacities. The display could have an 18:9 aspect ratio. The phones would also feature dual cameras just like the recent, Moto X4 smartphone. It's pretty clear that the company is going to unveil Moto G6 series, Moto Z3 series and Moto X5 in the coming weeks, even if it's not at the MWC 2018. Like the X4, the G6 Plus will ship a metal and glass combination, while the back side of the device will be curved. We might see Motorola using the Snapdragon 636 processor now as Xiaomi has launched it via its Redmi Note 5 Pro smartphone. As the expected release date draws closer, more details of the phones are beginning to show up online. We have yet to learn when the smartphone will be introduced, but at least you now know what to expect.