Photos indicate that Moto E6 Plus will have dual camera and screen with notch

The Moto E6 was announced by Motorola at the end of July for some markets, but its bigger brother, the Moto E6 Plus, follows no release forecast. The good news is that supposed images of the model started to appear.

Supposed Moto E6 Plus

The photo above and the ones below appear from Roland Quandt, a journalist who already has a long history of leaks on smartphones (and, in turn, obtained the images on AliExpress). These records reinforce previous rumors that the Moto E6 Plus will have a drop-shaped (or ‘U’) notch screen.

The type and size of the display is still unknown, but the resolution must be HD + (1560 × 720 pixels). If you look closely, you will notice that just above the front camera a speaker appears. It may not seem like it, but it is there.

Turning the device on, we are faced with a dual camera at the rear. Just below is the LED flash and a small hole that probably houses a noise-canceling microphone.

Supposed Moto E6 Plus

The Moto E6 Plus must have a glossy plastic finish

Nearby we find a circle with the Motorola logo that possibly houses a fingerprint reader – this feature is not present on the Moto E6, but is part of the Moto E5 Plus, so it is assumed that the component will also be available here .

Information on the technical data sheet is still scarce, but it is speculated that the Motorola Moto E6 Plus will feature a MediaTek Helio P22 processor, 2 GB or 3 GB of RAM and rear cameras with 13 + 2 megapixels (the latter would be in depth) . The front should have an 8 megapixel sensor.

Supposed Moto E6 Plus

As for the operating system, the image above indicates that the phone will leave the factory with Android 9 Pie. The same photo reveals that the Moto E6 Plus will be dual SIM.

Although Motorola does not comment on the matter, it is known that the company will be present at the fair IFA 2019. Because of this, there is some chance that the Moto E6 Plus will be officially presented there.

With information: Gizmochina, XDA Developers.

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