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Moto G6 Plus gets the NCC certification in Taiwan, May Launch Soon

The so-called Moto G6 Plus appears on the National Communications Commission Certification Website in Taiwan. Note that Lenovo owned Motorola has not come up with its flagship in Mobile World Congress organized last month and No info is there about its 2018 launch yet since its last phone was Moto X4, released in November 2017. However, the appearance of new Moto smartphone on the Taiwanese certification website gives a sign of relief to Moto fans. The leaked renders says it would come in four colors namely white, gold, cyan and blue. Reportedly, there will also be a Play variant to the G6 series having big 4000 mAh battery. G6 series would have three variants namely G6 standard, G6 Play and G6 Plus which has got the NCC certification. The listing on the NCC website confirms about the Qualcomm mobile platform for G6 Plus having Snapdragon 600 series.

Abundance of 4G bands along with 3G and 2G with NFC chip support. Other features speculated are rear dual camera of 12-MP and 5-MP sensors and display of 5.93-inch with Full HD resolution. Some more attributes coming with the smartphone are literally Snapdragon 630 processor with 4/6 GB of RAM along with internal storage of 64 GB. The 3 GB variant of the phone will also be available. A 16-MP front sensor with LED selfie light and rear camera setup will have Dual tone Dual LED Flash. Android Oreo will boost the phone from inside with help of 3200 mAh Li-ion battery. The design will be of Aluminium 6000 series metal.

The smartphone manufacturer Motorola has its new flagship comes with communication aspects such as fingerprint sensor, Bluetooth v5.0, Wi-fi, A-GPS, and microUSB 2.0. Also, dual Nano-SIM with 3.5 mm audio jack. The expected Indian prices for Moto G6 Plus is around Rs. 20000 thus making it a mid-range device. More details awaited, stay tuned.

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