Moto E6S with 6.1-inch HD+ Display, Helio P22 Announced, Priced Rs 7,999

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While most of the Motorola’s focus today was on its new Motorola TV lineup, the Lenovo-owned brand also debuted an entry-level E series handset called the Moto E6S in India today. The Moto E6S comes with highlights such as a water-drop notch design, dual rear cameras, and stock Android at a reasonable price. As for the Motorola TV, it’s a new venture in collaboration with Flipkart where the company has taken the wraps off six models.

Coming to the Moto E6S, the handset comes with a polycarbonate material body and a huge 6.1-inch Max Vision HD+ IPS LCD display. It makes up a resolution of 1560 x 720 pixels and a massive chin with the mandatory big Motorola branding. The back shell is interchangeable in an age where most handsets come with a unibody design.

Under the hood, the Moto E6S rocks a Helio P22 SoC clocked at 2.0GHz paired with up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. There’s also room for up to 512GB ROM via a (triple slot) microSD card. Camera-wise, Motorola has fitted the handset with 13MP + 2MP dual cameras on the rear and an 8MP solitary front selfie snapper. Of course, software features such as Digital Zoom, Portrait mode, and Face Detection will add to the camera experience. Motorola will boast about the stock Android 9.0 Pie available on the device which will be sipping power from a slim 3,000mAh battery.

As for connectivity, it includes 4G LTE, Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi 802.11 /b/g/n, GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo.

The Moto E6S is, at best, a minor upgrade (or even a downgrade) over the Moto E6 and is priced at Rs 7,999. It will be sold on Flipkart starting 23 September in Rich Cranberry and Polished Graphite.


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