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In the market for a new budget phone? Motorola has a few options for you

Leaked renders show that Motorola has at least three budget phones up its sleeve.

Published onOctober 18, 2019

Motorola One Vision Motorola Logo
Motorola logo on the Motorola One Vision.

Motorola has already launched quite a few devices this year, largely in its Motorola One range of smartphones. It looks like the firm has a few more phones to reveal though, as these latest leaked renders show.

Serial tipster Evan Blass has shared renders on Twitter of what appear to be the Motorola G8 Plus, the G8 Play, and the E6 Play. We’ve already seen the apparent G8 Plus renders and leaks courtesy of WinFuture, but it could be our first look at the Motorola G8 Play and E6 Play devices.

Read: Motorola One Action review — Action camera hero or budget flop?

Blass didn’t disclose more details regarding the latter two phones, but Motorola’s Play moniker is usually reserved for the cheapest device in a sub-category of phones. So you should expect low-end specifications and cheaper pricing compared to the Plus and non-Play Motorola devices.

The Motorola G8 Play render (above, right) show a phone with a waterdrop notch and what appears to be a triple rear camera setup. Meanwhile, the E6 Play render (above, left) shows a phone with a traditional display and what seems to be a solitary rear camera.

As per WinFuture‘s earlier leak, the Motorola G8 Plus (seen above, via Blass) is expected to arrive with a Snapdragon 665 chipset, 4GB of RAM, a 4,000mAh battery, and a display with a waterdrop notch. The outlet also notes that the device has a triple rear camera layout, featuring a 48MP primary snapper, 16MP ultra-wide camera, and a 5MP depth sensor.

There’s no word on a launch date just yet, but Motorola has issued press invitations for a November 13 event. We’re expecting to see the brand’s first foldable phone at the event, but it makes sense to reveal a few lower tier phones too.

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