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Moto E6 new leaked render shows the outdated design from every angle

21 June 2019 0

A new render of the alleged Moto E6 has surfaced via the very known tipster Evan Blass on Twitter. The new render brings nothing new with itself and it’s even not good to meet this ugly design one more time. But here, we need to report a thing from the past as it may arrive sometime in the near future. Doesn’t make sense? Well, this phone actually doesn’t make any sense and if you’re seeing the device for the first time, you will also say the same thing. But here we have it again.

The alleged Moto E6 features thick bezels and the render shows textured back and 3.5mm headphone jack. The top bezel is housing a single selfie camera and there’s an earpiece as well. Also, the back panel is featuring only one camera. The Motorola Batwing logo can be seen at the back and we believe this could double up as a fingerprint sensor as well.

The look of the device is enough to convey that it’s going to fall under the cheapest phones category. A render surfaced last month did showcase the big bezels but the latest render by Blass shows the device from every angle. The device has volume and power buttons on the right edge. There’s no attached information with this render but a leak came in April revealed the complete specifications of the same.

The Moto E6 is said to be powered by Snapdragon 430 processor coupled with 2GB RAM, has 12/32GB storage variants. It includes a 13MP f/2.0 rear camera and a 5MP f/2.0 front camera. It runs Android 9 Pie and may feature a 5.45-inch 720x1440 pixels display.

Currently, there’s no word on its launch, availability, and even the price but we expect to know about it soon.

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Moto E6 new leaked render shows the outdated design from every angle
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