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Moto E6 Plus press renders reveal dual rear cameras



Motorola is preparing to launch a new smartphone under the Moto E6 lineup, the Moto E6 Plus. The smartphone was first spotted back in June on Geekbench with the Helio P22 SOC. Now, WinFuture shared some press renders of the upcoming E6 Plus and also some specifications. The company is planning to launch E6 Plus at the forthcoming IFA tech fair happening in September in Berlin. 


Moto E6 Plus Design

Moto E6 Plus Design

According to the press renders shared by the website, the upcoming Moto E6 Plus will sport a waterdrop-style notch. The Notch houses the single 8MP selfie camera with a sweet thick chin. On the back, the phone has a dual-rear camera setup with a 13 Megapixel primary camera accompanied by a 2 Megapixel secondary depth sensor, a single LED flash and a fingerprint sensor.

Moto E6 Plus has a micro-USB port

Moto E6 Plus has a micro-USB port

The bottom side of the device houses a speaker grille, microphone, and a Micro-USB port. Thankfully, the device also has the 3.5mm audio jack on the top & it makes no sense at all to remove it from a budget phone.

Talking about the specifications, the Moto E6 Plus features a MediaTek Helio P22 octa-core SOC with 2/4GB RAM & 32/64GB internal storage. The storage is also expandable via microSD card. Under the hood, there is a big 4,000mAh battery & the phone has a micro USB port for charging. The phone is coming in three colours named Polished Graphite Gray, Gunmetal Gray and Cherry Red.


Moto E6 Plus

Moto E6 Plus

As per WinFuture, the E6 Plus will retail for a price well under 200 Euros. As per some sellers, the 4GB + 64GB variant will be sold with a price of 150 Euros in Europe, so this means the 2GB variant will be priced under 150 Euros. Moreover, expect the phone to launch in other markets outside Europe at a lower price. 

As mentioned above, it is launching at the IFA Berlin event in September.


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