12 September 2019
When Motorola announced Moto E6 as the latest budget smartphone last month, it did not say anything about the existence of a Plus variant. But thanks to a new leak, we can confirm that the Moto E6 Plus exists for sure and it is only a matter of time before it gets unveiled officially. Once released, it will be succeeding the Moto E5 Plus from last year.
The leak in question here is coming from well-known tipster Roland Quandt (@rquandt). He shared a few Moto E6 Plus hands-on images revealing its design from the front as well as the back. The upcoming entry-level device sports a notched display which happens to smaller in size. It is a dot-like notch and also houses the front camera. All the bezels are slim except for the bottom one which is relatively bigger.
On the back, one can see the dual rear cameras on the top left side along with LED flash. There is a Motorola logo in the center which is also expected to act as the fingerprint scanner. The back panel appears to be featuring a glossy finish as it is very reflective. In fact, it is so reflective that you can even see the smartphone used to click these pictures.
As for Moto E6 Plus specifications, details have been very scarce for the time being. The only rumored specs that we know of are HD+ display (1550 x 720 pixels), eMMC storage, and Android 9 Pie with Motorola's own custom features. It is reported to go official in Russia, Latin America, and Europe. We will be sharing more details as and when we will get to know about them.