MOTO G6 REVIEW: I CAN’T BELIEVE BUDGET PHONES ARE THIS GOOD

Moto G6 Dealer In Raipur Chhattisgarh – Idris Electronics Raipur

The new Moto G6 has a similar, somewhat quintessential, Motorola design seen on previous generations.

However, it’s quite clear that this is the new model in the overall style. Largely as it has the now familiar tall 18:9 aspect ratio for the screen that is all the rage. But there’s more to it than that.

We particularly like the 3D rear glass on offer here that’s reminiscent of the Galaxy S7 and also the Honor 9. The Moto G6 looks great and feels nice to hold, too. If you want to keep your Moto G6 looking good for longer, check out our round up of the best cases for the Moto G6 (and G6 Plus).

As mentioned earlier the screen has moved to an 18:9 ‘Max Vision’ aspect ratio and, combined with smaller bezels, the Moto G6 offers a much larger display compared to its predecessors.

The G5 was just 5in and the G5S was 5.2, but the Moto G6 is a whopping 5.7in. It sounds like a big jump but it’s pretty normal for 2018 and even if you’re not used to it yet, you’ll quickly get on-board. It’s when screens get to 6in and above that they get much trickier to use with one hand.

Motorola has opted for a Full HD+ resolution so that accounts for the extra tall display and maintains the 424ppi pixel density. The technology also sticks with IPS LCD.

One of our main gripes with the Moto G5S was the same Snapdragon 430 processor but things have moved on here to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 450. It’s a 1.8GHz octa-core processor.

You’ll get 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage unless you opt for the Amazon exclusive model which has 4/64GB for just £20 extra. Well worth it if you ask us.

It’s also worth noting that the G6 Plus model has a more powerful Snapdragon 630 processor but it doesn’t benchmark much better, even against the 3GB G6 model. We’ve found real world performance to be perfectly good with the G6, so it’s not an obvious jump to the G6 Plus unless that model has things you want like the bigger screen and improved cameras.

Motorola has moved onto USB-C which is good to see and there’s still a headphones jack which we’re over the moon about. The phone surprisingly also has Dolby Audio you can toggle on and off.

There’s reasonably good connectivity here with dual-band Wi-Fi (not 11ac), Bluetooth 4.2 and GPS. There’s also NFC.

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