Motorola Moto G6 Play gets benchmarked, brings Oreo
Motorola is gearing up to unveil its next G6, G6 Play and G6 Plus entrants, with a brand new glass-and-metal design, similar to that of last year's Moto X4, and prices that will make you smile. While the design already leaked out, in a beautiful, trendy 18:9 screen format, the specs have been the subject of speculation for a good month now.
Well, at least when it comes to the endurance athlete Moto G6 Play, the processor and RAM amount are now done and dusted. The device just popped up in a benchmark, confirming a frugal Snapdragon 430 processor, which we have heard before, but also 3GB of RAM, and, last but not least, it will be coming Android 8.0 Oreo on board.
This adds to the other Moto G6 Play specs we knew beforehand, such a whopping 4,000 mAh battery pack, and 5.7" HD+ screen, which will likely mean 2-3 days on a charge with above average usage. The fingerprint scanner will be embedded in the Moto logo on the back, and the phone is shipping with a single 12MP rear cam, yet the selfie camera adds an LED flash for a good measure.
The Moto G6 Play is expected to land in Dark Charcoal, Deep Blue and Gold for only about $190, making it a perfect backup travel companion for those long weekends away from the charger.