Motorola's Moto G6 Lineup Leaks In High-Resolution Renders

Motorola's entire Moto G6 lineup leaked in a series of new product renders shared by one Ishan Agarwal earlier this week. The images that can be seen in the gallery below largely correspond with previous sightings of the three Android smartphones and numerous reports on the upcoming mid-range lineup, including those provided by AndroidHeadlines. The Moto G6 Play is hence once again alleged to be the only member of the new product family that will lack a dual-camera setup on its rear plate as the handset apparently ships with a single-lens system, albeit one that's still supported by a dual-LED (dual-tone) flash unit. The Moto G6 Play will at the very least be available in Gold and Indigo color options, according to the new leak. Unlike the other two models, the Moto G6 Play doesn't have a physical Home button which could double as a fingerprint reader and is instead presumed to have such a sensor embedded into the company's signature batwing logo found on its back panel.

The regular Moto G6 was sighted in the broadest range of colors out of the three, having been depicted in Black, Silver, Rose Gold, and Indigo variants. The Moto G6 Plus is also meant to be offered in Black but will also have an exclusive Gold variant, according to the same source. As is usually the case with the Lenovo-owned company's product variants, not all of the newly leaked colors are expected to be available on a global level and some may only hit select markets.

All three devices feature edge-to-edge screens utilizing an elongated 18:9 (2:1) aspect ratio while being sandwiched between bezels that aren't the smallest in the industry but are still noticeably slimmer than those found on last year's Moto G5 lineup. The three smartphones are likely to be announced by the end of the month, with Motorola previously confirming its first 2018 products will be launched in April and the Moto G6 series being by far the most leaked handset line from the company in recent weeks.

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