It seems the Moto G6 series is now one step closer to release as one of the members of the series has just passed through a certification hurdle. The Motorola G6 play with the model number of Moto XT-1922 has been certified by Taiwan’s certification body NCC. We earlier reported that the Motorola phone with model number Moto XT-1922 could be the Moto E5, but based on the information from the NCC the device is actually the Moto G6 play.
The NCC certification page unlike what is obtainable when FCC certifies a product don’t reveal anything about the specifications of the upcoming device neither did it include a standard design outline.
While no mention is made of the possible specs of the upcoming Moto G6 play, the device has fortunately appeared in a leaked render earlier in the year, so we already have a glimpse of what the device holds in terms of internals and externals.
As per the renders shared by well-known leakster @OnLeaks, the Moto G6 play is seen with flaunting a very attractive design with glossy back cover that appears to be made of all glass, while it actually should be a polycarbonate material as evident by the price level of the G play phones.
It is also evident from the renders that the Moto G6 Play will make do with a single rear camera with a slight camera bump module and an LED flash, while the fingerprint sensor usually found in the home button of Motorola devices seems to have been moved to the rear below the camera. The device as per the renders is not entirely bezel-free, the display has narrow bezels around it giving us the impression that an 18:9 aspect ratio is likely.
Specs wise, the G6 Play is expected to arrive with a 5.7-inch 1280×720 IPS LCD display, while the processing power will be ensured by the Snapdragon 430 paired with either 2GB RAM or 3GB RAM and 16GB or 32GB of storage.