Moto E6 Review

Moto E6 Review

moto e6 review

Camera and missing Features

Moto E6 specifications start with the Snapdragon 435 chipset. This is an upgrade… but it isn’t. The E5 had the Snapdragon 425 chip and the E6 Plus the Snapdragon 435. Its 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage (expandable by up to 256GB via a microSD card) are the same as in the last-generation phone.

Camera upgrades are the main attraction, at least theoretically. While we haven’t had the chance to try it outdoors, there is hope for the Moto E6 camera upgrade.

With a 13.MP rear camera, the E6 features a 1.12mm larger sensor and an aperture of f/2.0. It comes with fun-to-toy-around-with features, like Motorola’s color-isolating black-and-white photo mode, Spot Color.

5MP front-facing camera with 1.12mm pixels, f/2.0 aperture and the same 5.MP resolution. You’ll find a lot of the same software tricks on the front, with the addition of screen flash to light up your selfies.

However, the Moto E6 boasts all-day battery power. Its 3,500mAh battery weighs less than the E5’s 4,000mAh, making it a surprising choice. Stay tuned for a full review in the coming weeks as we test the performance, camera, and battery life.

moto e6 review

Pages

Tracfone Tracfone Phone Reviews Tracfone Coupon Codes November 2021 Tracfone’s BYOP Guide Us Moto E6 XT2005DL Tracfone Moto XT2005DL Features, Specs And Review

TracfoneReviewer is where you will find the most recent news, reviews and Tracfone Promo codes!

Tracfone Motorola E6 Review

An updated, ultra-budget friendly smartphone from the popular Motorola brand has been released by Tracfone in early 2020 in the form of the Moto E6.

Moto E6 has large, high-definition touchscreen (5.5″), Android 9 Pie, 13 MP cam, and a 1.4 Ghz quad-core processor. This device packs lots of features at a low price.

We will be covering all features and specs of the Moto E6 as it becomes the next in the long line Moto E phones (that were first launched in 2014).

Recent releases include the Moto G7 Optimo and the E6. They were both released in the early months of March 2020. See our latest list of Tracfone smartphones. The Moto E6 is the first smartphone to be released by Motorola. It can also be purchased on Amazon, unlocked for Tracfone BYOP GSM and CDMA services. However, the price quite a bit higher than the Tracfone version.

moto e6 review

Motorola Moto E6

Lifewire / Andrew Hayward Amazon, Best Buy, Motorola.com. The Motorola Moto E6 was purchased by us so that our expert reviewer could fully test it and evaluate its performance. Read on for the full review.

Motorola is a leader in budget smartphones, thanks to the affordable but well-equipped Moto G series, which was recently demonstrated by the amazing Moto G7. However, the company aims even lower down the price scale with the Moto E, its latest and most rudimentary offering.

You can clearly see that the Moto E6 does not look extravagant. The Moto E6’s minimalistic design is evident throughout, along with its slow processor, low-resolution display, and other limitations. The price is right at just $150, and if that’s your hard cap on a smartphone budget, the Moto E6 might do the trick. But most people looking for more functionality will want to spend a bit more for better performance.

Lifewire/ Andrew Hayward

moto e6 review

Motorola Moto E6 Plus Review: Everything You Need to Know

Motorola is the only one who can do it, as Motorola’s Moto E line has an impressive history. Each of the Moto E6 Plus predecessors, the Moto E5 E5 Plus, are priced well above their featherweight price.

Curiously, we have the Moto E6 Plus, which is a version that does not exist in the UK. The E6 Plus is an 6.1-inch device with dual cameras at the back and fingerprint reader.

Picture 2 of 10

The Qualcomm chips are not for sale. The MediaTek Helio P22 2GHz Octa-core MediaTek Helio P22 processor runs the show. This is backed by 32GB of internal storage and 2GB RAM in certain regions (but not on our review models).

moto e6 review

Verdict-Smartphone For Low Demands

In Review: Motorola Moto E6 Play.

Motorola Moto E6 Play has been our favorite companion mobile phone. We recommend it highly! It is important to use little power. The Moto E6 Play’s small size makes it very practical and easy to use. Although the screen has a blue tint, it is still class-leading. The camera takes quite decent pictures.

If only it weren’t for the competition: The hardly more expensive Xiaomi Redmi 8A has a lot more power, especially in the area of graphics, lasts twice as long and also offers much better speakers. However, the Samsung Galaxy A10 offers a more impressive figure. You will have to spend an extra 30 euros on the Moto-Smartphone during testing.

Motorola Moto E6 Play, a smartphone that is both lightweight and powerful, can be used by those looking for a simple phone.

You can get a smartphone that is both handy and affordable with the Motorola Moto E6 Play. The camera quality and screen are excellent for such a low price. It is not recommended to expect high performance nor long battery life.

moto e6 review

Motorola, Verizon Launch Inexpensive E6 Phone

The Moto E6 is $150. It runs Android version 5.0, which makes it stand out among other cheaper Android phones.

Sascha Sgan Facebook Twitter Flipboard Social Share

Motorola E has long been our preferred lineup of phones for those on a budget. It’s simple to use and runs clean Android. Motorola just updated their line with the Moto E6. A basic phone, the Moto E6 is broadly compatible and costs below $150. The Moto E6 brings the latest Android version to you without extras.

The E6 is a simpler proposition than last year’s E5 lineup, which was a little confusing with three similarly named phones. This time, we have one: a decent, plastic Android-based smartphone with a 5.5-inch 1,440-by-720 LCD screen, a 13-megapixel camera, a 5MP front-facing camera, 16GB of storage (plus a MicroSD slot), and 2GB of RAM. This phone runs Android 9.0 Pie using a Snapdragon435 processor.

Motorola claimed that the E5 series phone’s processor was 50 percent faster. There’s also an increase in the number of core processors (from 425- to 435) and a brand new Android version. E series phones do not typically receive major Android upgrades.

Whether the E6’s other features are upgrades depends on which E5 you’re comparing them to. Although the E6’s 3000mAh removable battery and the 5.5 inch screen are superior to the E5 Play, they’re not as heavy as either the E5 Plus or the E5 Play. The 13MP camera, with phase detection autofocus, is also better than the E5 Play’s 8MP and the E5 Plus’s 12MP, but seems similar to the E5’s 13MP. Motorola wanted us to know that the camera is clearly improved.

The E6 smartphone is the right size, with the right OS and the right price. The E5 Plus and E5 Plus were very large, measuring 3.06 inches in width. With a width of 2.84 inches, the E6 can be used by most people. Plastic doesn’t feel cheap. It is just simple. Available in black and blue, it has a shiny finish that shines when the light hits.

.Moto E6 Review