- The Moto E6 Plus has been launched for the European market
- It features a rear camera with a depth sensor for portrait depth effects
- The specifications overall are basic in order to keep the price low
Moto E6 Plus
Motorola was one of the first brands to kick off the epic price wars that have raged through the Indian smartphone market for the past couple of years. The much-loved early generations of the Moto G series and Moto E series regularly found spots on our lists of the best value smartphones to buy, and their clean Android software without any bloat or spam also earned them fans. Of late though, Xiaomi, Realme, Honor, and other brands have largely stolen the lead in terms of offering the best features and specifications for cost-sensitive buyers. Now, Motorola is back with a new competitor, the Moto E6 Plus.
The Moto E6 Plus was unveiled at parent company Lenovo’s press conference at the IFA trade show in Berlin, underscoring the brand’s commitment to the European market. It isn’t known for certain whether this model will come to India, but if it does, it will have to fight very hard to be popular at its price of EUR 139 (approximately Rs. 11,000). We were able to spend a little time with this smartphone at IFA 2019, and here are our first impressions.