Lenovo the parent company to Motorola has finally launched the entry-level Moto E6 in the US. It’s very peculiar to say that the phone does not have any features currently in the trend. The phone comes with big bezels and huge chin on the front. It comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and a single camera module on the back as well as the front.
Moto E6 Price & Availability
As of now, there is no word on the launch date of the phone in India. Its currently retailing in the US for $150 through Verizon, T-Mobile, Metro, Boost Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Consumer Cellular, and Xfinity Mobile as well as unlocked via Amazon, Best Buy, B&H Photo, and Walmart. which is approximately Rs. 10500. The phone is also scheduled to launch in Canada soon.
Moto E6 Specifications
The display on the phone is a 5.5-inch max vision IPS LCD HD ready screen. The panel features a resolution of 720 X 1440 pixels along with an aspect ratio of 18:9. The phone is also claimed to be splash resistance due to the presence of p2i nano-coating.
Under the hood is where the chipset 435 from Snapdragon and Adreno 505 GPU resides. The phone comes with default storage of 16GB coupled with 2 GB of RAM. The memory can be further expanded via micro SD card. Its should be noted that the phone comes with a smaller 3,000 mAh battery in comparison with the 4,000 mAh on the previously launched Moto E5. The phone runs on Android 9 Pie which is near to stock version of Android. Connectivity features include dual sim support, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, micro USB 2, radio and 3.5 mm audio jack.
Optics wise, the phone features a 13-megapixel rear camera having an aperture of f/2.0. On the front side, you get the 5-megapixel shooter with f/2.0 aperture.
The phone lacks a lot of features that come with the latest smartphone being launched. If the phone arrives in India and is sold between Rs. 7000 to 9000 it may have a tough competition from LG’s W Series which starts at Rs. 8,999 with lots of features and some powerful specs. By the end, the consumer is the king and the success of a product totally depends on the spending capabilities of the target consumers directly or indirectly.