The sixth generation of Motorola's G-series leaves positive impressions in more ways than it has negatives. Thoughtful design choices coalesce with stock Android and long battery life for the ultimate in daily usage, and software update convenience.
It looks the part, has a super camera for the price, and performance on balance isn't too shabby, especially in the battery department. The only thing keeping it from the full five-star rating is that you can get the Moto G5S on the cheap now, and, if you can stretch to it...the Moto G6 offers a lot more bang for the buck.
Otherwise, I don't find that the Plus stands out particularly favorably [compared to the Moto G6]. The screen is bigger, but it's also a bit less sharp than the one on the G6. And the bigger screen means a bigger body. It isn't unwieldy, but it's bigger than I'd like, and the extra size doesn't add anything feature-wise like it does on Samsung's (way more expensive) Galaxy Note line, which includes stylus support.
The G6 Play is an average, middle-of-the-road smartphone that doesn't aim for greatness. Competitors such as the Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 (Review) and the Redmi Note 5 (Review) are not only more powerful but more well-rounded on the whole.
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We've used Flickr to find a selection of pictures taken by the Moto G6 Play camera. Here is a selection of photos taken by users from around the world so you can see what kind of picture quality you can expect from real-world use of the Moto G6 Play.
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