Motorola's new Moto G6 lineup is one step closer to launch

Motorola's new Moto G6 lineup is one step closer to launch
Motorola has a bunch of new smartphones in the pipeline, but we have yet to learn when exactly the US company plans to introduce them. There are at least three new Moto G6 handsets that Motorola may unveil soon, along with two new Moto E phones.

Obviously, this isn't something surprising since Motorola's entire lineup for the first half of the year has already leaked. However, we've just learned that the Moto G6, Moto G6 Plus, and Moto G6 Play have just received their certifications in Asia.

Two countries have already approved the new Moto G6 series – Thailand and Indonesia, which suggests they will probably be introduced in this part of the world initially. Also, the Moto E5 and Moto E5 Play, Motorola's affordable smartphones have been recently certified in Indonesia.

There are few things that we still don't know about Motorola's upcoming smartphones like when exactly they will be launched on the market and how much they'll cost. But other than that, all the information is already available on the world wide web.

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5 Comments

1. rouyal

Posts: 1573; Member since: Jan 05, 2018

Must be a great time to be a person living in Asia. All phone makers are catering to those markets, releasing nothing but phablets, and ignoring the rest of the world.

2. jsjammu

Posts: 169; Member since: Nov 13, 2014

Half of the world population lives in Asia so it's hard to ignore Asia and that's a lot of potential customers. Wish all the Asian manufacturers would include all the bands of the western countries as well so essentially releasing a true world phone.

3. rouyal

Posts: 1573; Member since: Jan 05, 2018

No one is ignoring Asia. In fact, companies are building phones specifically to only attract customers in that region, hoping that other continents like the same phones. They (android phones) are basically ignoring markets outside Asia. Hence the rise, and takeover, of phablets.

4. emjoigently

Posts: 152; Member since: Aug 22, 2017

The Asian market is interesting. In the West (if we can call it that) people tend to end up with $1000 flagships, while Indians are trying to squeeze the most phone out of the least amount of money. Which is a pretty sensible way to go about things really. It makes for a more varied, interesting, market than the Apple-Samsung monster we have here in Australia.

5. harrisvt

Posts: 15; Member since: Nov 10, 2015

I agree with you but.......damn I love this pretty s9+ hehe

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