A new Moto handset, which is believed to be the Moto G6, pops up on TENAA website, the Chinese telecommunications authority.
The smartphone listing with model number XT1925-10 confirms previous leaks about the handset. As indicated in the certificate, the phone should have a 5.7-inch display and a 3,000 mAh battery when it is launched.
Moto G6 TENAA Photos
That's about every specification that can be gleaned from TENAA's website. As for the design, the photos from TENAA corroborate a Moto G6 leak in January.
At the back, fans can still expect a circular bump that houses the camera lens. The Moto G6 has dual cameras, so it's similar to the Moto G5S Plus. However, the antenna line is no longer visible and the back is now made with a 3D glass back like that of Samsung Galaxy S8.
The home button slash fingerprint sensor is also narrower than its predecessors. The branding has also moved from the top bezel to above the home button. Now, it says "motorola" as opposed to the usual "moto." As a result of the move, the top bezel is also thinner in the G6.
Earlier leaks further suggest that the Moto G6 sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor with possibly two variants: 3 GB RAM with 32 GB internal storage and 4 GB RAM with 64 GB storage.
The camera setup at the back has 12-megapixel and 5-megapixel sensors, while a 16-megapixel snapper sits at the front.
Moto G6 Price, Release Date
The price seems to be in line with what Moto's G series typically cost, but fans will have to wait for an official announcement regarding the U.S. price. The wait should not be long, though, as the G6 might arrive as early as April.
When Motorola announced the new president on March 26, it also teased the release of its first products of 2018.
"We're excited for what 2018 (and beyond!) is going to bring us and look forward to sharing our first products of the year with you next month!" the blog post reads.
The Moto G6 is one of the Moto G phones releasing this 2018. The Moto G6 Play, the cheapest of the bunch, and the Moto G6 Plus are coming alongside the midrange handset.