2018 Moto G6 Play is the cheapest phone in the Moto G family. It looks like the Moto G6 but slips into some features in £ 169 – and it’s about the best phone you got for the money.
It offers more storage than the 18: 9 screen, a smart look, and more than £ 170 phones. However, if you can pay an extra £ 50 for Moto G6 play, you get a better camera, an expensive-looking glass rear, a more powerful CPU, and a high-resolution screen. If you want a high-end flavor, then buy the G6 play. However, since this cheap phone has a large battery, its appeal is also there.
Moto G6 play-Design:
Motorola Moto G6 does not use the real thing. What you see here is plastic. While it is less likely to crack than the glass, it is more scratch-prone than the Gorilla Glass 3 used in other Moto G6 models. However, it still looks great. Does not plastic.
You also get the light-reactive finish. Most of the time, the Moto G6 looks like a normal-but bright dark blue phone. However, when it captures the light, you will see its carved S-shaped bright blue lines in its back.
The Moto G6 Play also has a Micro-USB charge port rather than the more popular USB-C type. In addition, this device also offers a superb extra fast-charging at the cost.
Moto G6 play-Screen:
The G6 Play has a 5.7-inch 18: 9 IPS LCD screen, but its resolution is only 1440 x 720 pixels.
Both the Motorola Moto G6 play color and the opposite budget are both strong for the device, and you can switch between vivid and natural saturation modes, as well as some color temperature, presets. Compared to Moto G6 directly, the most expensive phone seems the best in the darkest way, but there is not much else in it. Moto G6 display screen shows on the way.
Moto g6 Play-Camera:
The Moto G6 Play Camera Moto G3 performs similarly to other devices. In daylight, you can get great shots with more than dynamic range.
However, it is the night that the performance is equal. I often found out that I could be out of control. And then the results were low on noise and expansion. Moto G6 Play has a 13-megapixel rear camera with F / 2.0 lens, and Moto G6 does not have any secondary camera to make available background blur effects.
Around the front, the Moto G6 Play has an 8-megapixel selfie camera with LED flash. The Moto G6 does not have front flash, which is another reason for this cheap model. The LED supernova is not operated, but does it make itself more pronounced in the dark. Some selfie LEDs do this.
Moto g6 play-Battery Life:
Long battery life is one of the major appeals of Motorola Moto G6 Play, with its low cost. The phone has 4000 mAh battery, which is much larger than the current 3000 mAh standard.
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