With new smartphones pouring in the market, a new smartphone named the Moto G6 Play is making rounds on the web. This is expected to be the next mid-ranger from Motorola. While the company has not revealed anything about the phone, there have been some leaks about the device’s design.
The leaks come in the form of a 360-degree render from Compare Raja. This video showcases the device’s design with a changed position for the fingerprint sensor and a revamped camera module as well.
Moto G6 Play leaks
To recall, the Moto G6 Play is expected to succeed the current Moto G5S Plus. While the status of this device is unknown, the recent leaks show a 360-degree render of the same. Starting with the display, it seems like Motorola has curved the edges with this one. We may get to see a 5.2 inch display with full HD resolution that is in line with the current Moto G series.
Coming to cameras, the leaks hint at a single camera setup, which may be incorrect because the Moto G5s Plus comes with dual cameras, so offering a single camera on the Moto G6 Play will be a downgrade from the company. In terms of design, the phone is shown with a metal unibody.
Talking about the design further, the front-mounted fingerprint sensor in the Moto G5S Plus is replaced with a ‘Motorola’ logo. The fingerprint sensor is most probably at the back of the phone, under the ‘M’ logo that stands for Motorola. The headphone jack is also shown at the top of the device, which is a position change.
There will surely be a hardware update on the phone about which there is no word yet. We can expect the Moto G6 Play to feature a Snapdragon 600 series processor and up to 4GB RAM.