Motorola's Moto G6 was absent from this week's Mobile World Congress, so it missed the obvious annual update time frame after last year's G5 was announced at the show. Presumably the G6 and G6 Plus will still be delivered sometime in the coming weeks; The series is known for representing perhaps the best value in mid-range phones. During the MWC, Motorola mocked that something was on the way, but before the official presentation, a Moto G6 Play phone was filtered by the Taiwanese certification agency NCC, as TrendyTechz pointed out. (I do not choose the names of the blog, people).
The company usually marks "Play" in the name of a phone to indicate that it has a long battery life, and that seems to be the case here again. It is expected that G6 Play has a 4000 mAh battery. That should provide quite excellent resistance when combined with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 that is supposed to be inside. The overall look of the G6 game continues the design change that Motorola began with the Moto X4.
It has been shown that the 5.7-inch screen with 2: 1 aspect that is seen in the images is a trend that is also part of the next Motorola phones. It's nice to see that some bezel is going. It is likely to be just an HD + screen (1440 x 720), so there is another reason why this phone should offer a great battery life: you do not have to drive an elegant screen. Trimming frames requires moving the fingerprint reader to the back of the phone below the camera.
Other rumored details include the G6 Play running Android 8.0 Oreo from the factory, which has a 16 megapixel camera and comes with 32GB of storage / 3GB of RAM or 64GB / 4GB of options. Yes, it looks like a Micro USB port on the bottom, and yes, this phone will have a headphone jack. Take into account your economic and mid-range target market. Stay tuned for more when Motorola actually enters the G6, G6 Plus and this G6 Play.