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Moto G6 clears TENAA with 2:1 display and dual rear cameras

27 March 2018 4

The Lenovo owned smartphone company Motorola is getting ready to announce next gen of their mid-rangers. The new devices are expected to go official as G6, G6 Plus, and G6 Play. Today the alleged Moto G6 appears at TENAA bearing model number XT1925-10. As expected the TENAA listing reveals few key details regarding the design and few hardware details.

The listing images suggest the Moto G6 will retain physical home button with a fingerprint scanner embedded under it. On the rear side, the camera sensors are enclosed in a circle like the predecessors. The image also showcases dual cameras are adorning the rear side with dual LED flashlight. The edges are slightly curved so that users can easily grasp the device single handily. The alleged Moto G6 dimensions are 154.5 × 72.2 × 8.3 mm and it is running on a 3,000mAH battery cell.

The Moto G6 recently listed on Amazon UK site which reveals the device is featuring a 5.7-inches display with Full HD+ screen resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels. It's a 3D glass which means it is slightly curved from edges, the TENAA images also confirm the display is indeed 2:1. The Moto G6 Plus is expected to have a slightly larger display of 5.93-inches.

The retailer listing the primary rear snapper is 12MP whereas the secondary sensor is 5MP. An Octa-core chipset is powering the at a clocking speed of 1.8GHz which most likely will be Snapdragon 625 SoC. As far as pricing is a concern the device was listed for £239. The listing is now removed from Amazon UK but you can the screenshot below. It is still in the dark when the Moto G6 will be officially launched but from the look of the things, it seems like the announcement isn't far away.

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Moto G6 clears TENAA with 2:1 display and dual rear cameras
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