Motorola Moto E6 Play XT2029-1 32GB Unlocked GSM Dual SIM Phone w/ 13MP Camera - Ocean Blue

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Motorola Moto E6 Play XT2029-1 32GB Unlocked GSM Dual SIM Phone w/ 13MP Camera - Ocean Blue

Motorola Moto E6 Play XT2029-1 32GB Unlocked GSM Dual SIM Phone w/ 13MP Camera - Ocean Blue

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Chrome takes care of your web browsing, Google Photos manages your images, Messages yours texts – which is all in blissful contrast to rival efforts from Huawei, Oppo and the like. 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.

If you need extra space, you can always add up to 256 GB** more using the dedicated microSD card slot.The ARChive of Contemporary Music has one of the largest collections of vinyl records in the world and is in danger of losing its home. But given the huge number of superb budget handsets already available, there’s just no reason to pick up a Moto E6 Play.

Loaded up with a totally separate 2MP macro camera on the back, the Motorola One Macro’s close-up lens gets you as close as 2cm from your subject, bettering even the Oppo Reno 2-series which caps out at 2. of RAM is barely enough to keep Android feeling functional in 2020, too, so don’t expect to be able to multitask without each app having to redraw as you swap between them.We’re talking more than a few seconds at times, which is an age in smartphone and photography terms.

In well-lit outdoor conditions, pictures are fine, with a decent amount of detail even on an overcast day in London. We use industry standard tests to compare features properly and we use the phone as our main device over the review period.Given the treacle-like performance, you’d think the CPU wouldn’t be all that power-hungry, but unfortunately the E6 Play can’t last all that long away from the mains. Choose from Ocean Blue and Steel Black designs, each with a metallic finish that looks as great as it feels. Other components lie somewhere between those of the E6 Play and G8 Plus, with a Mediatek processor combined with middling 10W charging and a generous 64GB storage, 4GB RAM and a beefy 4,000mAh battery.

Instead, we get a plain rectangle flanked by two chunky but evenly proportioned bezels to the top and bottom. Low-light shots are even worse, with a real lack of clarity and sharpness as it struggles to find a focus point, and increases the shutter speed to a point that camera shake all but guarantees a blurry image. Flip over the E6 Play and there’s a more modern glossy back cover, although it’s resolutely plastic rather than glass. The small 3,000 mAh battery unfortunately doesn't help the Motorola Moto E6 Play to particularly great runtimes: After not even 10 hours the smartphone has to be plugged in again in our WLAN test. For the majority of the last decade, Motorola’s Moto G series has been the last word in budget phones.As you can plainly see, the Moto E6 Play is a regular slowpoke, right down there with the dreadful Alcatel 1x. The back cover is a shiny black plastic, though curiously it can’t be removed like the one on the Moto E6 Plus. Onto the latest midrange onslaught, and starting with the E6 Play, it launches off the back of the E6 Plus, with the same combination of a fingerprint scanner and face unlocking on a budget phone.



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