Motorola has been leaking a ton of new phones over the past month and to top them all here comes a set of 3D renders for the fresh Moto G6 Play. We already covered the Moto E5 and its renders, plus FCC appearance and now it’s time to go bigger. The renders come courtesy of @OnLeaks.


This is a much more fascinating phone than the Moto E5. Why? Because it comes with a 5.7 inch HD screen, that adopts the 18:9 aspect. There’s also the glass panel at the back and one at the front, atypical for the usually full metal Moto Gs. A dual camera should sit at the front, while at the the back there’s a singular cam with 12 MP resolution and what appears to be a flash or a big glass ring around it.

Like the leaked Moto E5, there seems to be a fingerprint scanner embedded within the back side, into the Moto logo. Rumors talk about availability in 3 colors (Blue, Charcoal and Gold), plus 2 GB or 3GB of RAM and 16 or 32 GB of storage. There’s a Snapdragon 430 CPU here, a microSD card slot and a 4000 mAh battery. It all comes down to an 8.94 mm waistline shown off via an aluminum frame.

Some say we may learn more at MWC 2018, but my guess is that it’s too soon for such a launch. It may happen in Spring though.

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