The MWC is around the corner and it’s strange not see any update on Moto G family launch. Usually, Lenovo picks the occasion to announce it’s budget friendly G series of smartphones. We’ve got some clues about the G6 family before, but the one that’s come up today looks pretty solid.
Noted leakster Evan Blass shed light on the codenames of the upcoming Moto phones earlier today. According to his Twitter post, the G6 Play is called “Ashley”, the G6 is called “Blaine” and the superior G6 Plus is codenamed “Teller”.
In another interesting leak, Android Headlines managed to get their hands on render of the upcoming Moto G6 Plus. The image shows all the colour variants of the phone, and also confirms the design of the phone, which we’ve seen in leaks prior to this.
Although Android Headlines mentions five colours from the render, we found six colours of the Moto G6 Plus — Silver, Gold, White, Black, Cyan and Blue. The built of the device looks a lot like the Moto X4 from the back. It has a similar metal and glass back panel with curved sides and a round camera design. There’s a dual camera module on the back, and a dual LED that sits right below the lenses.
The big difference seems to be on the front of the phone, as it now has an 18:9 display with rounded corners and thinner bezels. The fingerprint sensor resides on the same location as the Moto G5 Plus, but it’s reshaped.
It remains to be seen if Lenovo has plans to surprise us with the new phone this MWC or not.