Motorola is expected to unveil the Motorola One Vision on May 15 in Brazil, but alongside that, we might also see the Lenovo subsidiary announce the Moto E6, which just appeared in another leaked render.
The Moto E6 will succeed the Moto E5 which was announced last April, and the photo that has leaked shows us that the front of the E6 looks similar to its predecessor - a tall display surrounded by thick bezels and Motorola branding on the chin.
However, the backs of these phones look different. The E5 has the main camera placed in the center within a huge bump, below which is the fingerprint scanner embedded to the Motorola logo. The E6, on the other hand, has its primary snapper in the top-left corner, and there's also the company logo but it doesn't have the fingerprint reader here.
We are surprised by Motorola's decision to ditch the fingerprint scanner on the E6 because its predecessor had one.
Other things that can be ascertained from this render are volume rocker and power button on the right side of the phone, with the headphone jack located at the top accompanied by a secondary microphone.
You can head this way to check out the detailed specs of the Moto E6 that leaked last month.