We were expecting Motorola to expand its range of mid-range G phones at the Mobile World Congress this year, and now it looks like we are receiving confirmation of that plan. The headlines of Android published supposed renders of the Moto G6 Plus yesterday, showing it in five different colors.
From the image above, we can see that the G6 Plus will have dual cameras and a slightly curved glass back. These are reportedly all colors in which it will be available: silver, gold, white, dark blue and cyan. Android Headlines says there will be a fingerprint scanner on the front of the device. In general, the phone looks a lot like the Moto X4, which means it is taking tracks from a slightly more advanced Motorola phone.
Apparently, there will be multiple versions of the phone, including a "Play" variant with a larger battery. Andri Yatim, who previously leaked the Motorola news, tweeted last week that the G6 Plus would have a 3,250 mAh battery, while the G6 Play would have a 4,000 mAh battery. The standard battery of the G6 would have a capacity of 3,000mAh. Other leaks have suggested that all three devices will have a screen aspect ratio of 18: 9.
Actually, it has not leaked much about the new Moto phones, and it is not clear how legitimate the available information really is. The MWC starts in just a few days, so we probably get confirmation on the rumored alignment of the G6. Until then, he dreams of a cyan phone.