Moto G6 Plus Review - Camera, Display and Performance

Motorola has long held the title for the best value smartphone with their Moto G family, and with Moto G6, they are thinking to continue the legacy.

Let's see what Motorola Moto G6 Plus is up to.

Motorola Moto G6 Plus Design

  • 5.9-inch screen
  • Curved glass design


The mix of metal and glass is used to give the balanced feel to the phone. The back is of glass while the side is of plastic. The design shows that the Motorola Moto G6 Plus is not as premium version as the previous one.
Motorola claims the smartphone comes with 'water-repellent nano-coating, to withstand water sprinkles but it Is not rated.

The phone measures 160 x 75.5 x 8mm and 167g in weight. It is a bit more for one hand use but bearable.

Motorola Moto G6 Plus Display quality
It projects an FHD+ (1080 x 2160) resolution, which might seem less when compared to big screen size yet it is quite sharp. In terms of display brightness and contrast, it is pretty better than Moto G6.

Motorola Moto G6 Plus Battery life

  • 3,200mAh battery
  • TurboPower charging

The 3200 mAh battery of Moto G6 Plus supports the whole day usage. Truth be told, we found that we had the capacity to overcome the second day of light to decent utilization every now and again. It was the point at which we began hitting the heavy media applications that battery drained a bit faster.

Motorola's Turbo Charging feature gives 20% of a charge after only 15 minutes which is not a big deal but useful.


Motorola Moto G6 Plus Camera

  • Dual-sensor camera with 12MP and 5MP on the back
  • 5MP shooter depth sensor
  • 8MP Front shooter

Motorola Moto G6 Plus camera setup is similar to that of Moto G6 Plus. The camera is capable of catching dynamic, sharp pictures, however, it requires a little focus and stability to do so.

When the proper light and stability is given, Moto G6 Plus camera takes incredible shots with exact colors. But the captures not properly focused or in dull light conditions struggle and neglects to solidify the subject in movement. The phone's self-adjust and screen frameworks just didn't appear to be ready to adapt to what was a moderately clear circumstance. There are some modes such as bokeh mode which is good and gives lovely pictures.Moto G6 Plus Review

Motorola Moto G6 Plus Interface and quality

  •  Android 8 Oreo
  • Moto Actions

Motorola has offered a standout amongst other smartphones available around and it doesn't upset the Android One formula. Moto G6 Plus runs greatly on the clean variant of Android 8 Oreo and is all the better for it.

Meanwhile, Motorola, to a great extent, upgrades the Android OS. The Moto application gives accommodating pointers to these upgrades, including a Night Display mode and direction on your capacity and battery life, and additionally a summary of things you've appreciated through the previously mentioned Smart Camera highlight.

Moto G6 Plus performance

  • 3.5mm jack
  • Bright 5.9-inch display
  • Solid gaming

The phone perfectly executes heavy tasks put on the phone’s capacity. You can play all heavy games with light warm on the back. A few stutters can be encountered but are bearable. The phone plays HD videos and all other stuff pleasantly.
Whether to buy Moto G6 Plus or Not?

Considering the Moto G family, the phone performs quite well in most areas yet it is not completely different from Moto G6. There are few upgrades such as bigger display but many a place remained same. However, if you are considering a Moto device, you can go for Moto G6 Plus without a thought.