Moto G6 Plus release drawing near, new regulatory filing shows
Info about Motorola's upcoming phones is leaking from all sides these days, indicating that Moto may launch a G6, G6 Play and G6 Plus very soon, as the phones have been popping up in certification databases already, indicating a nearby release.
In the latest installment of those filings, the Taiwanese NCC has stamped its approval onto the G6 Plus, which is expected to be the top of the crop, complete with the supported plethora of LTE bands you see below.
The leader of the new Moto pack will be buzzing with an upper midrange Snapdragon 630 chipset, Full HD+ display, and a decent 3,250 mAh battery to keep the lights on. The dual camera setup is said to consist of 12MP+5MP sensors, and a 16MP front camera should round up the value-for-money offering.
Expect models with up to 6GB RAM + 64GB storage combos, starting from the equivalent of $265, very good pricing, but probably for Asia, as stateside things may get a tad more expensive.