A set of supposedly official marketing materials for the Moto G6 lineup appeared online on Sunday, having been obtained and shared by known industry insider Roland Quandt. The images that can be seen in the gallery below all depict the Moto G6 Play, with the exception of the final render showing the back of a handset with a dual-camera setup that's said to belong to the Moto G6 Plus. The upcoming series is also expected to consist of the regular Moto G6, as per a number of recent leaks and reports.
The newly uncovered images don't reveal much about the Android mid-rangers, save for confirming Motorola opted to equip the Moto G6 Play with an 18:9 display panel that will presumably also be found on the Moto G6 and Moto G6 Plus. Despite having a screen with an elongated aspect ratio, the Moto G6 Play appears to sport relatively regular-sized bezels but lacks a physical home button. The device is also expected to feature a single-lens camera setup and a rear-mounted fingerprint reader. The promotional materials themselves seem to continue Motorola's traditional of playful marketing practices and ads dominated by vivid colors which appear to suggest the company's products are targeted at younger people with dynamic lifestyles. Several leaked ads also appear to hint at a functionality capable of changing image backgrounds in a highly automated manner that AndroidHeadlines already reported will be part of the regular Moto G6.
The Lenovo-owned original equipment manufacturer recently confirmed its first 2018 products will be announced at some point this month. The company just went through a presidential shift, though it's currently unclear whether that management change impacted its product release roadmap for the current year and prompted it to avoid announcing any new Android handsets at the latest iteration of Mobile World Congress, the mobile industry's largest trade show where Motorola historically had a significant presence. Besides the new additions to the firm's Moto G lineup, the modular Moto Z3 Play should also be announced in the near future, with its predecessor debuting last June and the new device already being leaked on several occasions.