The impressive wallet-friendly Moto G6 release date is almost here, and that means potential buyers are likely weighing all of their options. Here we’ll go over what’s new, what to expect, and how the Moto G6 compares to the Moto G4.
Motorola’s G-series is extremely popular due to the affordable price tag. If you’re enjoying the Moto G4 it’s likely time to upgrade. If so, the Moto G6 should be near the top of your list.
The new Moto G6 comes with a long and skinny 5.7-inch display similar to the Galaxy S9, a stylish design, dual cameras and an affordable price tag. Starting at just $199 this is a phone worth considering.
While there are several excellent Android phones available now or coming soon, most of them are really expensive. Even the upcoming OnePlus 6 will likely cost around $500. You do have a few choices in the budget phone market, starting with the Moto G.
It’s been five years since the first Moto G arrived, shaking up the budget smartphone market. Since then, Motorola has continued to release excellent smartphones that bridge the gap between high-end and affordable. That gap is smaller than ever before with the G6, as it truly looks and feels like a high-end phone. Not to mention this year you have two G6 models to choose from.
The Moto G6 is a little bigger than the G4 from 2016, but it’s vastly improved across the board. In fact, every aspect of this phone is closer to a high-end device than the G4 was. So while the Moto G4 is still a decent device, you’ll want to seriously consider getting the company’s latest phone. Here’s everything you need to know about the Moto G6 and how it’s better than older Moto G smartphones.
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