Motorola Moto G6 Play Review: Big Battery Power

Posted on 03 August 2018 Tags: Feature, Mobile Phones, smart phones

If you are looking for a smartphone with top-notch specs, you may appeal to Moto G6 play. The handset sports excellent dual-rear cameras, fast charging, near-stock version of Android Oreo, a sleek design and splendid battery life. Motorola has done significant work on the camera which makes it an enhanced version of company’s flagship version Moto G5.

As per current smartphone trend, the developers have opted for a 5.7 inch 18:9 screen ratios making the screen taller and narrower than Motorola’s previous handsets with 720 HD display. Now, you can enjoy your favorite Netflix shows, even games on a wider, crisp, and clear screen. You will not find software in the Moto G6 Play flashy. It runs on Android 8.0 Oreo, can control various extra applications.

Moreover, the software will surely enhance your daily tasks such as scrolling through Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. It runs camera without interruption – and handles games like Monument Valley and Super Mario Run pretty well. No question, the upgrades in 6G Play are functional and fun. Moto G6 Play comes with splendid battery life with a 4000 mAh battery that can last up to 36 hours and the 10W rapid charger gives you hours of power in just minutes.

The developers have incorporated a single 13-megapixel rear camera enabling you to capture high-quality photos not only in natural light but in the dark environments as well. So, do not hesitate to bring your G6 Play in restaurants featuring dim lights. You can even showcase your photography skills even in the nighttime street scene with the device. The selfie camera of Moto Play sports flashlight like Moto G6. You will also get a 960×540-pixel resolution slow motion video with the handset.

Moto G6 is a slim phone, feels lighter which makes it an easy-to-grip device. You will find major changes in the G6 Play. The device comes with an additional coating to offer water resistance.

Photo credit: Motorola

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