Yesterday, we caught our first glimpse of the Moto G6 family, which will feature 18:9 screens. Today, we get three more pieces of the puzzle: chipset, battery and price.
The Moto G6 Plus, the top model, will sport a Snapdragon 630 chipset powered by a 3,250mAh battery. It will allegedly cost $265/250.
The base Moto G6 scales back a bit with a Snapdragon 450 and a 3,000mAh battery. This one is projected to cost $234/190. Both the G6 and G6 Plus will have 1080p+ screens.
If you want a large battery, however, the Moto G6 Play will boast 4,000mAh capacity. Coupled with the slow but efficient Snapdragon 430 (and lower screen resolution, 720p+), the battery life should be stellar. This one will cost the least – $187/152.
These chipsets will provide incremental upgrades on processing power and efficiency. Motorolas current G5 line-up is built around Snapdragon 625 and 430 chips (the latter is a 28nm part).