Motorola introduced a trio of new Moto G6 smartphones in April (G6, G6 Plus, G6 Play) and today, one model and color has gone up for sale at Verizon. As we’ve seen in the past with Moto G5 Plus and Moto G handsets before it, Verizon is always first to carry Lenovo’s mid-range successors.
If you’re looking to buy a new mid-range smartphone with few compromises, why there be no better place to start thinking about than Motorola’s new Moto G6. In the past, Motorola has released only the ‘Plus’ variant of its Moto G Line in the US. This year, the company told us it would be changing things up with three variants and the standard Moto G6 being the one to become available in the US. The affordable mid-range smartphone that has come to fight in a crowded market is available now from Verizon and will soon come unlocked. On the US carrier, it retails for $240 outright, but you can pay using monthly installments of $10 per month over two years if you choose.
In case you missed the announcement, Moto G6 is a minor upgrade that boasts a 5.7-inch Full HD+ display and a familiar design. Powering it is a Snapdragon 450 with 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage (with microSD card expansion), and 3,000mAh battery cell. The device charges using USB Type-C and supports turbo charging, plus it has a fingerprint scanner, headphone hack, Android 8.0 Oreo, and dual rear camera combo comprised of 12MP and 5MP lenses. For the price, you cannot beat these specs. The product link is included down below. Units are shipping soon at no extra cost and there’s a warranty included.
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Product Link [Verizon]