The Moto E6 will be a direct successor to the Moto E5, Motorola's budget smartphone. This phone is actually expected to become Motorola's most affordable handset this year, and thanks to this leak, we pretty much know what to expect in the design department.
As you can see, the phone will sport a single camera on the back, while an LED flash will be located right below that sensor Motorola's logo will sit on the back of the phone, though it seems like it won't double as a fingerprint scanner.
The phone will be made out of plastic, it seems, we cannot be sure, but considering that it will be extremely affordable, and the looks of this render, it's highly likely. All of its physical keys will sit on the right, including the volume up, volume down, and power / lock buttons.
Motorola's branding will sit below the display, on a rather thick bezel. The phone will also sport bezels above the display, and on its sides, which is not surprising considering it will be extremely affordable.
According to the source, the phone will have a removable backplate, which is yet another indication that it will be made out of plastic. It will support storage expansion via a microSD card, and a 3.5mm headphone jack will be placed on the top of the device. A microUSB port will sit on the bottom of the device, notes the source.
The phone is expected to feature a 5.45-inch HD+ MaxVision display with an 18:9 display aspect ratio. The Snapdragon 430 will probably fuel the device, while the Moto E6 is expected to pack in 2GB of RAM and 16GB / 32GB of storage.
A 13-megapixel camera will sit on the back of this phone, while a 5-megapixel unit will be included on the phone's front side. Android 9 Pie will come pre-installed on this device, and that is pretty much all the info that we have as far as specs are concerned.
Motorola had scheduled a press conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil, for May 15, and during that event, the Motorola One Vision is expected to arrive. Well, considering that the Moto E6 also appeared now, that phone will probably make an appearance at that event as well, which is not surprising as Motorola rarely announces a single phone during such events.
The Moto E6 will not be an Android One smartphone, like the Moto One Vision, but it will be considerably more affordable than the Moto One Vision, that's for sure. We do not have any availability info for the Moto E6 just yet, but chances are Motorola will aim developing markets with that phone, while it will become available in Brazil first, most probably. Other parts of South America are expected to get the phone soon as well, but Motorola is expected to share more detailed info on May 15.