Motorola’s most of the lucrative budget offerings come from its G-Series. Last year’s Moto G5 Plus and the tacked up variants Moto G5S Plus were immensely popular due to there satisfactory specifications at an affordable price tag. Due to the acceptance of G-Series, Motorola might have a next gen Moto G up its sleeve. At least, that’s what the latest Geekbench appearance of Motorola Moto G6 has to unofficially confirm.
The Geekbench data of the device having model name Motorola Moto G(6), runs on the first edition of Android Oreo(8.0). The phone powers with the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC that of its predecessor Moto G5. The SoC on the Moto G6 has managed to attain a single-core score of 709 and 3582 multi-core score as per the test conducted the Geekbench algorithm.
Moreover, the Moto G6 that has hit the benchmarking site is of 3GB RAM. However, there is a chance of Motorola offering the device in different variant with varying RAM capacity. Or if history is any indication, a Plus model of Moto G6 might be on its way with upgraded RAM storage.
That said, it’s worth noting that this Geekbench listing is not the very first exposure of the Moto G6. In fact, a couple of rumors and leaks revolving around the device had already popped up. And, the benchmark data is yet another unofficial proof of its existence.
Previously rumored specifications of the Moto G6 are: A 5.7 inch display of Full HD+ resolution of 2160 x 1080P. We could expect the Motorola to go for 18:9 aspect ratio on the device. Flaunts a12+5 MP dual camera, 16 MP selfie shooter, and probably a mediocre 3,000 mAh battery cell.