Motorola is preparing to introduce new smartphones later this October in Brazil. Although not yet officially confirmed, one of the models that will be revealed is the Moto E6 Play.
This will be the cheapest smartphone of the company, and is enough for those who want a device to perform basic tasks. With a price that can be around 80 euros, this has seen its renders unveiled before release.
No specification data at this time, but this is a more modest version of the already released Moto E6. As we see in the pictures, you can count on very pronounced margins, both on top and on the “chin” of the smartphone.
Rear fingerprint sensor
Both front and rear users can count on only one camera. Something remarkable is that this model will not give up having a fingerprint sensor, which should not inflate its price.
3.5mm audio input is guaranteed
As usual with models in this price range, you can count on 3.5mm audio jack input. In addition, it maintains micro-USB connectivity, which is beginning to be abolished from more expensive devices.
As confirmed in the images, the device will come in at least two colors – black and blue. The screen can be either 16: 9 or 18: 9 (not confirmed), and the volume and power buttons are all located on the right side of the device.
Full details will be revealed as early as October 24th. On this date, Motorola should unveil the new models of the Moto E and Moto G line at an official event in Brazil.
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