Motorola Moto E6 Play Press Release alleged Leaked Budget Centric
Motorola is Working on new Smartphone, Which Probably the Motorola Moto E6 Play. Which Look Quite Similar to Moto E6 Plus.
Which is an 18:9 aspect ratio Display panel With a Top and Bottom Bezel instead of Notch or Punch-Hole. Which lookalike a 2017 Device, Even the Bezels on Either the side is Hudge.
In terms of camera, there is a Single Rear Camera Setup aligned Horiztonally alongside a LED Flashlight. While the Front Facing Selfie Shooter packed inside the Waterdrop notch Display.
For Security, it having a Rear Mounted fingerprint Sensor hidden inside the Motorola logo. It possibility run on Android 9.0 Pie-based Stock Android out of the box. Moreover, it Will guarantee for 2 Years of Security and Android Updates.
On Bottom it having a Single Bottom Firing Speaker, Micro USB Port and 3.5mm Audio jack on the Top of Device. We believe this Devie Will be budget Friendly Device and Might be available under ₹10,000. Unfortunately, We Don’t Find the Multimedia Speaker anywhere on bottom. Meanwhile, It was placed on the top of Display, Which Already used in Motorola One Zoom.
It Will available initially in two-colour varient as the Blue and black and it is expected to be launched on October 24th. However, it the Same day When Motorola Will going to launched the Moto G8 Series.
Read Also: Nokia 110 feature phone launched in India at Rs 1,599 starting October 18.
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