The Moto G6 and G6 Plus have been victims of numerous leaks in the past months, to the point that not much will be revealed on the next Thursday when both handsets and the minor G6 Play will go official in an event held in Brazil. Today a new set of pictures popped out on the web, giving us a closer look of Moto G6 and G6 Plus real-life appearance.
The new set of pictures got leaked through the website MobileFun that is currently selling a number of cases for both the G6 Plus and G6. Furthermore, the case maker Olixar has also sent live images of both handsets wearing the brand’s respective screen protectors.
The above images come to confirm all the previous leaks and recent speculation about the specifications featured by the Motorola handsets. Both handsets sport a taller 18:9 display with reduced side bezels. However, the bottom bezel houses a front-facing fingerprint scanner, making it larger than other devices in the “bezel-less” segment. On the top, we have the earpiece, sensors and a single selfie snapper.
Moving to the handsets rear part, we find the Motorola’s recurring circular design cut housing the rear cameras. While the G6 sports a single camera sensor, the G6 Plus will bring a dual-camera setup to face the competition around this wave of double-camera powered smartphones. In what comes to color variants, the leaked images reveal the standard black variant for both handsets, and a matte gold colored Motorola G6.
Remaining specifications and the official price are yet to be revealed by Motorola as well as the availability. Thankfully, with the official launch occurring just two days ahead in Brazil, we don’t have to wait longer for knowing all the remaining details from the 2018’s round of Motorola successful mid-range G line.