Motorola has started using Moto G6 Play, which is destined to become a prepaid smartphone. This is actually a good thing because it makes the Moto G6 Play look and feel better than the price suggests. This is a one-piece glass design with 2.5D glass on the back, which makes the Moto G6 Play more suitable for your hand and easier to hold. The back of the device is quite clean, but this time the camera does have a fairly large camera bump that matches the other camera modules on the Motorola device, but seems a bit overkill for a camera that looks like a very small camera.
Below is the pit of Motorola. In fact, in the end, it doubles as a fingerprint sensor. The hardware and build of the Moto G6 Play is actually quite impressive, considering the price is less than $200. It is a glass device with a full-screen display and a headphone jack on the front. The only real drawback here is that there is a tiny USB port for charging in the USB-C world.
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