Moto G6 Official Teaser Reveals Dual Rear Camera Setup

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Moto G6 Official Teaser Reveals Dual Rear Camera Setup

Motorola is going to launch its next Moto G-Series smartphone on 19th of April 2018 in a launch event in Brazil. Till now we have seen several leaks and rumors about the new upcoming Motorola Moto G6 smartphones. Now the company has officially reveals the Teaser of the new upcoming smartphone. The handset featured in the teaser is likely to be the next Moto G6 series smartphone.

The company has posted the teaser on their Official Motorola UK Twitter page. The teaser shows the design of the new upcoming Moto smartphone, but it’s not clear that the handset shown in the teaser is Moto G6 or Moto G6 Play because both the handset is supposed to have a dual rear camera and the handset shown in teaser has a dual rear camera with LED flash.

Beside camera the teaser also shows the entire design of the handset. the back of the handset looks like a glass back panel. The back panel is slightly curved similar as Samsung Galaxy S9. The teaser also highlighted the front panel of the handset which clearly shows that the handset has a front mounted fingerprint sensor below the display panel.

This is what the teaser of new Moto G6 smartphone says. The Teaser doesn’t showed any information regarding the specification and feature of the handset. Tomorrow on 19th of April 2018 the Motorola is going to launch this beauty showed in the teaser in a launch event in Brazil. All the official details and pricing of the handset will be revealing on the same occasion.

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