Motorola unveiled its Moto E6 Smartphone a few weeks ago, and now its appears the company plans to follow up with a larger Plus variant.
Live images of a larger look-alike dubbed Moto E6 Plus was just leaked. At a glance of the live images, it reveals that the Moto E6 Plus will be a dual-SIM supported smartphone.
Moto E6 Plus features a waterdrop notch surrounded by bezels and will run Android 9 Pie right out the box. It has a full touchscreen and no home button on the front.
The screenshot above of the Moto E6 Plus reveals a few specifications. In addition to the operating system and Dual-SIM, you’ll notice it has the power button and volume rocker on the right side.
The curved edges on the screen are very attractive, however, the thick bezel is really killing the attraction.
Benchmark details of the Moto E6 Plus was spotted on Geekbench. The details also revealed it will be powered by 2GHz MediaTek Helio P22 SoC with 2GB of RAM.
Moto E Plus live shots also shows off the device’s glossy back. The phone will feature an integrated fingerprint sensor in the Motorola logo.
There’s a dual-camera setup and LED flash, but, we are uncertain of the camera specifications. None of the above details has been confirmed by Motorola, so we advise to take the hints with a grain of salt.