Updated on 2018-05-20 by Shivam Setia
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So as we are all quite aware of the superb Motorola G series which has been a bestseller in the budget and upper-mid segment for Motorola for a few years now. Since the budget segment floor is always slippery with more and more competitions incoming, Motorola had to keep up with all the latest tech standards in the mobile space, circa 2018. So here’s the all new Moto G6.
The Moto G6 takes the premium appeal to the next level which is quite enhanced with the glossy back metal finish, with more curved edges which are really good in the hands. The device is definitely an eye-catcher but there has been more trickling down of premium features as you would have guessed.
There’s a 5-7-inch, IPS LCD display on the front with 18:9 ratio at a resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels taking pixel density to 424PPI which is far better and lovely than that on the new E lineup. The display like any IPS LCD from Motorola is vibrant, bright and just lovely to use. It is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3, which is an added bonus.
Below the screen, there’s home button, which is more like a bar than a button. It supports the gestures from previous Motorola phones and also acts as the fingerprint sensor. On the back, we find the Motorola-style round cutout with the same paint as rest of the body housing the camera setup, below which you’ll find the Moto branding embossed.
Under the hood, we have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 with Adreno 506 GPU. The device is set to arrive in two configurations - 64 GB, 4 GB RAM or 32 GB, 3 GB RAM. Snapdragon 450 is a decent chipset for budget phones and its performance is similar to that of Snapdragon 625. The usual everyday tasks will run without any issues with the SD450. Adreno 506 should be comfortable with all the games on the Play store but the experience might not be very smooth with the high-end titles like PUBG. The benchmark numbers for Moto G6 are here - It scores 3795, 735 on GeekBench multi-core and single-core tests, while we observed a score of 70244 on AnTuTu benchmark.
Its dual-cameras everywhere and Motorola couldn’t resist with It with the Moto G6. In the circular cutout, we find a dual-camera organization with 12 MP (f/1.8) + 5 MP (f/2.2) sensors. Obviously, the low-light performance is observably better and you get all the dual-camera tricks such as the depth effect and the portrait shots, while they are not the best we’ve seen they are certainly good in the range. On the front, there’s an 8MP, f/ 2.2 selfie camera sensor which is good enough. Overall, we are satisfied with the camera performance of G6 and is one of the best cameras in the budget segment, given Its price is close to ₹ 12k.
Android 8.0 runs the show on Moto G6 and It’s clean, responsive and one of the best Android experiences out there. Motorola is not the fastest with updates but It is still better than others like Samsung.
The smartphone comes with 3000mAh battery which can last you for the day but not more. The phone supports fast charging so that should make up for the smaller battery inside the G6. Lastly, there’s no specified IP rating by Motorola, so It’ll be a lot safer to keep this device away from any kind of liquid.
Overall, Moto G6 is an excellent looking device with decent performance. The Moto G6 at Rs. 13999 for the 3-32GB base variant and 15999 for the 4-64GB variant and is exclusively available on Amazon India.
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Moto G6 is a decent option in the budget segment. It has a glass body and looks very premium. The camera performs well in day light conditions. It comes with stock android and multitasking is a breeze.
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