Motorola has added a new member to its affordable Moto E-series namely the Moto E6s. The Moto E6s is very similar to the Moto E6 Plus which was unveiled at IFA earlier this month. It is a low budget smartphone. The phone is spiced up with interesting color variants. The Polished Graphite variant of the Moto E6s is quite reflective and gets smudged too quickly. Motorola also offers the phone in a Rich Cranberry color which has a red gradient finish along the sides and black in the middle. Motorola has gone for a generic design of the device.
The 6.1-inch HD+ display with 3,000mAh battery, which is quite decent for the device but the color accuracy and viewing angles are not all that appealing. The phone is powered by the octa-core MediaTek Helio P22 SoC paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The phone runs on Android Pie.
The Moto E6s packs a 13MP primary rear camera assisted by a 2MP depth sensor, while an 8MP snapper takes care of selfies. There is Google Lens integration, but apart from that, the camera has portrait mode, HDR, and a beautification tool.
Some buyers appreciate that the device is equipped with swappable back cover i.e. you can change how your phone looks from time to time and a removable battery which is quite an interesting bonus of this smartphone. The device also features a fingerprint sensor. The plastic build and being lightweight are quite appreciated factors.
Interestingly, the phone has separate Nano-SIM, Micro-SIM slot, and microSD card slots. Still, the phone has a decent build quality and its curved profile ensure a comfortable grip.
At a price of Rs. 7,999, the Motorola E6s has been priced quite competitively and fairly affordable so that it could appeal many buyers who value the convenience of a removable battery. This phone might be a great deal being cheap yet the features it comes equipped with.