Earlier this week, HTC officially confirmed which of its devices it plans on upgrading to Android 9.0 Pie, and now Motorola has done the same.
After the success of Moto G5 series last year, Motorola debuted its Moto G6 series earlier this year. The series so far contains the Moto G6, Moto G6 Play, and the Moto G6 Plus. The handsets focus more on design and camera rather than their internal specifications. Nonetheless, this does not mean that they do not pack more horsepower than their predecessors.
Earlier this month, Motorola launched the Moto G6 in India. The handset takes on the likes of the Redmi Note 5/Pro, Honor 7X/9 Lite, RealMe 1, and other incredibly popular handsets in the Rs 15,000 category in the Indian smartphone market.
Moto G6, G6 Play, and G6 Plus Unveiled: 18:9 Aspect Ratio Display, Improved Camera, and Android Oreo
Motorola today unveiled its Moto G6 family of handsets comprising of the Moto G6 Play, Moto G6, and Moto G6 Plus. The handsets are running Oreo and come with 18:9 aspect ratio display at the front. All the three handsets feature a design that is reminiscent of the Moto X4 from last year.
For the last six months or so, Motorola has been sitting on the sidelines letting Huawei/Honor and Xiaomi have all the fun with their latest mid-range devices. Moto unveiled its G5 series of handsets at MWC last year and the company was expected to unveil their successor at this year’s MWC. But that did not happen, though Moto did confirm that it will be unveiling its first phones of the year in April.