Motorola Moto G6 review: Plans | Pricing | Specs
- 18:9 display
- Good battery performance
- Camera is good for its price range
- Ordinary performance
- Thin fingerprint sensor can be hard to hit
- No water resistance
|Launch price (RRP)||$0|
Motorola has focused in the past few years on providing solid budget handsets. The Moto G series is its long-standing (and most widely available in Australia) take on an affordable phone.
The Motorola Moto G6 doesn't break new ground or bring new concepts to the budget/mid-range space, but it's a sound handset for the money.
- Adds 18:9 display
- All glass design looks great but smudges easily
- Small fingerprint sensor.
- Dual lens, but second lens only adds depth effect
- Average mid-range performer
- Average mid-range performance
- Simple actions work well
- Lacks water resistance
- USB C charging
- Good battery life from a low-end processor
- A good upgrade handset for existing Moto owners.
Pricing and availability
Power, storage and battery
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