Motorola’s long–awaited G6 range will be available from early May, with a launch event pegged for later this month.
An invite for a special event on 19th April has appeared online, just a day after a retail listing in the U.S served up details on what to expect from the new midrange handsets.
The Moto G6 is said to come with a 5.7–inch screen, 18:9 aspect ratio, 32GB storage Snapdragon 450 processor, 3,000mAh battery and dual lens camera, with a price across the pond of $250.
The larger Moto G6 Plus totes a screen just under 6–inches, along with a faster processor compared with the standard G6, as well as bigger storage options.
The cheaper G6 Play is said to pack a lower resolution screen, but a 4,000mAh battery means it should last two days without any hassle.
Word is it will cost under $200 (around £150), meaning it will go right up against Nokia’s new budget Android phones.