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18:9 aspect ratio
Splash water resistant
Good camera app
Good battery life
Best value for money
Not so powerful processor
Mixed camera output
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This is good budget phone with excellent performance and specs. If you are looking to upgrade with a restricted budget, Moto G6 is one of the best bargains you can go for. If you are already into Motorola phones and have used G4 or G5 then go for a tad higher Moto phones, like the Moto Z. Moto G6 is a good-looking phone, as good looking as budget phones can be. Also, it has some of the best specifications with a good display. This phone can also be your stepping stone to a higher-end phone, as it gives you certain flavors.
Motorola has achieved some remarkable feats with its G-series phones since its launch in 2013. Especially in India, Moto G phones have delivered competitive features within a budget and the phone has witnessed steady sales growth over the years. Moto phones are lauded for their affordability yet snappiness. It gives you a taste of high-end phones within budget price. There are certain compromises that Moto phones have but then they never disappoint in terms of performance. The new G6 phone launched in India and worldwide in June in a way takes the G-series phone to a crux, where you get a budget phone that has all the suaveness of a high-end handset. Motorola seem to have almost perfected the art of designing a smartphone that is too good to be true in this price. Moto G6 is priced at Rs 13,999 for 3GB RAM and Rs 15,999 for 4GB RAM and is available on online stores. The G6 has the 18:9 display ratio, something you only see with high-end phones like Samsung Galaxy S8, Huawei P20 and Asus Zenfone 5. And then the buck does not stop here, there is the fast-charging and dual sensor camera in the back which qualify as flagship feature these days, are also some of the winning features of Moto G6.
Moto G6 is fueled by Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 chipset which comes in two variants of 3GB RAM and 32GB storage or 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. The choice for processor isn’t a lofty one here and Motorola is known to compromise one way or other to spend money incorporating other features. But this is not certainly a bad trade-off. You get more powerful processors in similar priced phones but then you won’t be getting other benefits of Motorola. The Moto G6 has some slouching performance in camera and game apps but it is not agonizingly slow or demotivating.
Moto G6 has kept the tradition of audio jack alive and you can find it in the bottom edge. The G6 is also splash proof and experts believe it to be true so that is a relief. There is certainly no IP rating like expensive phones, but the phone has ‘water-repellent nano-coating’, which means it will survive with mild encounter with water. Just don’t let it sink in your washbasin. The phone has USB Type-C port and has fast charging option.
Moto G6 is available in Indigo Black colour. The phone package comes with a 10-watt charger along with a USB A to C cable. The phone weighs 167 grams and is ergonomically designed to make sure it is operable with your thumb. The body is a sturdy, tall and elegant design.
The 5.7-inch IPS LCD has a FHD+ display with a resolution of 2160x1080. Motorola always have had good displays and Moto Display is perhaps one of the best perks of owning these phones. But you cannot surpass the color richness of expensive handsets and though display is clear and sharp, the color saturation is rather dull in G6. The touch response isn’t as fast as expected but it will not hinder your daily chores. But budget phones are not famous for their cutting-edge display, so you can wave that off.
To talk about the Moto Display, which is impressive as always, you can handle notifications even when your screen is turned off. You can tap the phone screen or move it a little to turn on Moto Display and years later it still one of its beat features.
Overall you get a bright screen with good viewing angles but yes, under direct sunlight you will have problem, just like any other IPS LCD screens out there.
Moto G6 is powered by 3,000 mAh Li-ion battery. The phone has Smart Power Management and can be used for 5.5 hours of gaming, 19 hours of video playback, 160 hours of music playback, and 21 hours of 4G browsing. With an average use throughout the day the phone is left with a decent amount of charge by end of the day. G6 performs amazingly when you run multiple apps. It is good at multitasking. Playing graphics intensive games is mostly okay, there might be issues with lag time if you play continuously. The phone has a stable software that can mostly execute what you throw at it.
You get a mixed bag of results from Moto G6’s camera but that is not much of a shocker from a budget phone. The camera when produces good pictures are quite commendable. Moto G6 has a dual sensor 12MP + 5MP camera in the back with an aperture of f/1.8. The front has a 16MP lens with Low Light Mode and LED flash. The camera performs mostly well in good lighting conditions, and sometimes delivers average results in poor light. During night you might get some good shots accidentally after several trials. The camera lens struggles a lot of the times to focus and when it does it does create excellent shots, including bokeh pictures and portrait shots. But sometimes portrait shots create ambiguous details with wrong color gradient between background and foreground. The primary lens is not as efficient as you would expect but then budget phones cannot have such terrific results. But G6 has in every way much better camera outputs than G4 and G5.
The camera app still shines through this and is optimally designed for easy access, like a doubletwist of your wrist. There is an object recognition feature of the app which is like ‘Smart camera’ but it has nothing smart of distinctive about it so it is better to disable it. Video shooting with G6 is easy and fuss-free. The highest range of its videos are of resolution 1080p with 30 frames per second. The videos are of nice vibrant colors but since there is no image stabilization in this phone shots could be shaky. The video sound clarity is decent too.
The software experience is the redeeming quality of Moto G6. You get almost a vanilla Android Oreo 8.0 taste with little tweaks and the feel is close to Pixel 2. The robust and efficient software creates a seamless feel in this phone. App loading is fast, and you run multiple apps with zero problems. The addition of Moto Voice is insignificant though, Motorola needs to add a lot more finesse to get even closer to Google Assistant, so better disable it. The face unlock feature works fast only when there is enough light around for the camera to recognize you. The Moto app has other treats though, like the Moto Action. The moto action gives you easy access to some controls, like the torch. Turn your phone over to enable ‘do not disturb’ mode,or pick up the phone to stop it ringing. We already talked about the One Button Nav, a Motorola feature and you can turn that on to get rid of navigation buttons and instead use just one Nav button to move around. There is no NFC in Moto G6.
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