Meet the Moto E6, Motorola's upcoming entry-level smartphone
The Moto E6 Plus was spotted on Geekbench early this week, and the listing mentioned the smartphone would be equipped with a MediaTek octa-core processor and 2GB RAM. Although we don't have any new info to share about the Moto E6 Plus, we do have something to show you that's related to its cheaper brother, the Moto E6.
Evan Blass has just published a press picture showing the unannounced Moto E6 from all angles. It's true that the phone looks totally unappealing, but let's not forget that this is an entry-level smartphone that will probably cost no more than $150 at launch.
The large bezels and bulky form factor are the main design traits that make the Moto E6 unattractive. On the bright side, the phone does seem to feature a 3.5mm audio jack and a rather nice pattern on the battery cover.
Unfortunately, it's hard to tell when exactly Motorola will unveil the new phone, but the Moto E6 series should be revealed in the next few weeks. Based on the previous history, Motorola E series usually gets announced in April/June, so we'll just have to wait and see if the US company maintains the same roadmap for the E6 phones as well.