Motorola’s Moto G6-series devices will make their way to market soon

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A few months back some upcoming Motorola devices got leaked online which discloses a lot regarding the various devices from them. Recently some up to date information has suggested that a number of handsets from Motorola have received the NBTC, TKDN and SIRIM certifications. These certifications are very similar to that of the TENAA certification, the only difference is the country in which they operate. TENAA works in China, NBTC approves devices in Thailand, TKDN in Indonesia and so on. These certifications are calm before the storm as the launch of devices is a few months away from us.

The devices which are about to launch includes Moto G6 Play, Moto G6, and Moto G6 Plus. As per the recent certifications, these devices will make their way to the market soon. The model name shown in the attached image are as follows: Moto G6(XT1925-7), Moto G6 Plus(XT1926-5) and Moto G6 Play(XT1922-1). Motorola Moto G6 Plus is expected to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630(64 bit) processor coupled with 4GB of RAM. As per some sources, one alternative model will also be made available with 6GB of RAM.

Moto G6 Play handset is believed to sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430(64 bit) processor. However, to be true it is a way old chip now. We are not excited about this device at all, but the right price tag can make it a great selling device. Along with G-series devices, Motorola will gonna introduce its E-series cell phones as well. Recent certification has revealed some devices: Moto E5 Play(XT1944-6) and Moto E5(XT1924-3).

Moto G6-series devices will compete with the Xiaomi Redmi Note lineup whereas the E-series smartphones are expected to compete with the other budget oriented devices. This time the brand may be putting a little extra effort to promote their device in Asian countries. What are your thoughts on the upcoming devices? Answer below in the comment box.

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