The entire world has been celebrating the Motorola season with the launch of Moto G6. Here are the first impressions of the phone. It has been a fantastic choice for the less demanding users. Priced at just $250 during the launch, which is now only $230, the phone appears to have looks that any expensive device would have. You can locate the volume buttons on the right edge of the phone facing the screen. Moto G6 comes with a knurled pattern that is etched onto the power. Thus, it is comfortable to look in the dark. There is nothing on the left edge of the phone. It has a 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom. The bottom area is also a home to the USB Type C charging port.
You will find a dual camera configuration at the rear in the upper centre side of the phone. Below is the stylized Motorola logo. Moto G6 has a shiny, durable glass material. It is somewhat slippery and gives off the appearance of an expensive phone.
Moto G6 Display
Moto G6 has a 5.7-inch screen with an 18:9 aspect ratio. It thus fits in hand aptly. It has a curved back. The edges allow an experience that’s comfortable to hold.
Moto G6 Performance
Moto G6 powers Snapdragon 450 processor. The phone is complemented with 3GB RAM. The phone has a 3,000mAh battery that lasts one day as per Motorola.
Moto G6 Camera
Moto G6 comes with a dual-rear camera setup. But is definitely what Pixel 2 or OnePlus 6 have to offer. However, you will find plenty of options to play with like the spot colour, panoramic, face filters and portraits. The video has slow motion, time-lapse, and face filters functionality.
The two sensors allow you to determine the focal point selectively. Motorola’s Moto G6 employs artificial intelligence that automatically identifies objects. Moto G6 can capture videos of 1080p (30fps/60fps). Unfortunately, there’s no 4K.
All in all, we certainly appreciate the Moto G Android phones. 2018 has been precisely what it was hoped like.