Lenovo’s sub-brand Motorola about a month ago introduced the latest in its E-series – the Moto E6, and the brand appears now set to release the updated device – the Moto E6 Plus.
Previously, the device was seen on the Geekbench database, and while its existence hasn’t been confirmed, high res renders of the device have now surfaced detailing its design.
The renders which come courtesy of Roland Quandt, reveals that the device will come with an updated design. First off, the device has dropped the thick screen bezels and overall dated design on the E6 for chic design, unknown screen size with a dewdrop notch.
Flip the device, and you will be greeted by a glossy back fitted with a dual camera with LED flash, and the usual Motorola batwing which hosts the fingerprint scanner. Expectedly, the power and volume rockers sit on the right side of the device, while we can not confirm whether or not it has an audio jack port or the type of port.
Sadly, the leak made no mention of the specs, but not to worry, a previous Geekbench listing already gave us a clue. The listing reveals MediaTek’s Helio P22 processor paired with 2GB of RAM, while it will boot Android Pie out of the box.
So far, the company has yet to confirm rumors regarding the Moto E6 Plus, so we are not sure when the device hits the market.