Moto G6 now spotted on TENNA, hints at 18:9 display and fingerprint scanner in the ‘Moto Dimple’
Motorola’s upcoming Moto G6 and Moto G6 Plus are one of the most anticipated phones in the budget segment this year, and they have been quite popular in the rumor mill as well. As of today, the actual renders of the Moto G6 have been spotted on TENNA, a certification site. As per the reports, a Motorola-branded handset with licence number 02-B478-180922 was spotted on TENNA, somewhere around 22nd of March, and most likely the phone is the upcoming Moto G6.
From first looks at the renders, the Moto G6 appears to have a metal unibody, with glass protection on the back. The back looks sleek and shiny and has been provided with a really smooth finish. On the back, which is clearer in the leaked image, the signature Motorola logo can be seen. Another circle, below the Moto dimple, is not visible, which can possibly mean that the fingerprint sensor is embedded in the Moto dimple. Also from the images, it can be ascertained that Motorola has stuck to its circular placement of cameras on the back. All in all, from the renders it can be said with a certain degree of surety that, the smartphone in its physical appeal will be a tall and beautiful looking smartphone, with easy screen accessibility.
Though not much was revealed in the recent leaks, based on the previous leaks, the Moto G6 might have a 5.7-inch FHD+ (1080×2160 pixels) display, duly powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 SoC. The Moto G6 might only come with 3 GB RAM but will have two variants depending on the internal memory of 32 GB and 64 GB. For optics, the smartphone will be dependent upon a 12 MP primary sensor in combination with a 5 MP secondary sensor, while on the front it can be expected to have a 16 MP camera for selfies and video calling features.
More will be revealed about the Moto G6 and other smartphones from the G series, in the coming weeks, when they inch closer to the official launch.