Yesterday, we came across the hands-on images of the Moto G6 Play revealing what we can expect from the device in terms of design. Now, a complete set of leaked renders of all the three models of the 2018 Moto G series have surfaced on the web. Ahead of the launch, Moto G6 has been spotted on Amazon US and Canada pages. The image firstly seems to confirm an 18:9 display, which keeps in line with past rumours and renders.
The sticker on the display reveals a little more about the Moto G6 Play including a 5.7-inch HD+ "Max Vision" display and a 1.4GHz octa-core processor coupled with 3GB of RAM. The fingerprint scanner could be embedded in the home button at front and while the device is expected to sport with a dual camera setup with a 12-megapixel primary along with a 5-megapixel secondary sensor, at the front, there could be a 12-megapixel sensor with LED flash.More news: Commonwealth Games: Nigeria's Suwaibidu Galadima clinches Gold in Men's T47 100m
As for the renders, images have emerged showing the design theme and specifications of the Moto G6 Play while highlighting the fact that the three smartphones will be available in Black, Gold, Rose Gold, Indigo, and Silver color options. The screen will have an aspect ratio of 18:9, which means reduced bezels on sides as well as top and bottom. As per the 10-second video also shared by Slashleaks, the Moto G6 Play's display and the rear panel is shown. Inside, it will house a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor, a 3GB/4GB/6GB RAM and a 32GB/64GB storage, a dual 12MP + 5MP main shooter, a 16MP front-camera and a 3,200mAh battery. There's also what looks like a fingerprint sensor below the camera module with the Moto logo inscribed inside.
A Twitter user has shared the renders of all the smartphones in the Moto G6 lineup. All three phones are expected to ship with Android Oreo out-of-the-box. A recent online listing pegs the G6 at $250 (approx Rs 16,300), while the G6 Play may be priced at $200 (approx Rs 13,000). But, the site's URL is not erased just yet, hinting it will go live again after the official launch.