Moto E6 with Snapdragon 430 SoC said to arrive soon; report

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Motorola hasn’t updated its E-series for quite a while, this new leak states that Moto E6 might be on its way to the United States soon. A leaked posted by XDA’s EIC (Editor-in-Chief), Mishaal Rahman, on his twitter handle gives us exclusive look at the Moto E6 specifications. Let’s talk about it below in detail. 

Moto E6 Specifications, Price and Availability

Motorola has been delaying the release of its successor in the E-series for quite a while. The Moto E-Series has been quite popular in the United States as well as  India for the initial models. But lately, the brand seems t be struggling to get attention in the entry-level segment. That makes it a required task for the brand to introduce the successor. 

The Moto E6 is said to arrive with Qualcomm’s entry-level chipset, the Snapdragon 430. It will be accompanied by a 2GB of RAM and have two storage variants – 16GB & 32GB. As far as the camera department is concerned, it shall pack a 13MP single lens shooter with f/2.0 aperture. It is said to be specifically S5K3L6 sensor. 

Talking about the selfie experience, it will be powered by a 5MP f/2.0 aperture S5K5E9 sensor. The handset would be running on the Android 9.0 Pie, probably a stock experience. The display could be of 5.45-inch with HD+ resolution, the author of this leak is not sure about the display details. 

Moto E6 is said to be codenamed “Surfna”, as specified in the tweet by Mishaal. With regard to the pricing, there are no details available but expect it to be priced below $150, i.e, around Rs 10,000. 

What do you guys think of the Moto E6? Would you be interested to see this in India as well? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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