Motorola hasn't exactly enjoyed a smooth ride on the smartphone scene, over the past few years. Still, amid all the profit turmoil, ownership changes and shifting branding strategies, the legendary Moto G family of devices managed to survive. In fact, it did one better, managing to remain pretty consistent in its high-value features and affordable pricing strategy.
With competition constantly mounting, balancing that equation becomes an increasingly daunting task. One which the Moto G6 line take on rather boldly. Many familiar aspect, Moto fans have come to love are thankfully intact. Fingerprint readers, dual camera setups and a snappy and clean Android experience, to name a few. All the while, Lenovo has managed to sprinkle in some trendy 2018 aspects. Tall 18:9 displays and arching glass back are just a couple of things that can help a product stay relevant on the hectic 2018 smartphone scene, with development and release cycles compressed to mere weeks.
Besides the standard Moto G6, in keeping with tradition, there is also the specked-up Plus. Also, after a notable absence from the otherwise flushed-out Moto G5 generation, the "Play" entry-level variant is also making a return.
Upon first inspection, it appears market segmentation has been rather kind this time around. Both the Regular G6 and the G6 Plus get the new Max Vision, FullHD+ display, as well as the dual 12MP, plus 5MP main camera setup. That being said, for most regular users, the choice between the pair could actually come down to size preference alone. This lack of major sacrifices between tiers is no small achievement in itself.
Surprisingly, the Moto G6 Play is no major downgrade as well. Despite a different bill of materials, Motorola managed to preserve the styling mostly intact, in no small part, thanks to a 5.7-inch, Max View display, on the cheap. Plus, the Play manages to bring a treat of its own to the table, namely a large 4,000 mAh battery pack. Also, an on-screen navigation setup, with a fingerprint reader around back - a throwback to Moto G phones of yore.
Recently purchased the Moto G6 play 5/19/2018 and love the specs and the device!!!! Major glitch alert the phone continues to shut down by itself in the middle of phone calls! I've researched for solutions but have yet to find any... Good luck
Comparing Moto to Vivo ! Bro I have a friend who Moto exchanged his phone 3 times in 2 years to satisfy him and he is a freaking bad user. Moto support rocks
In India Moto g6 plus Price is 25000 But Vivo V9 Price is 23000. Vivo V9 is almost same configuration with better Camera.