Moto E6 Plus Shows Up on Geekbench Sporting A New MediaTek Helio P22 SoC, 2GB RAM, and Android os 9 Pie

Moto E6 Plus

Motorola has a bustling month ahead, as it gets ready to launch another premium smartphone in the Indian market. The company likewise is by all accounts getting prepared to launch more models, in various markets. We last found out about a Moto E6 back in April, which was tipped to launch by means of US bearers and now, another Geekbench listing points to a Moto E6 Plus in progress, which is powered by a MediaTek Helio P22 SoC and running on Android 9 Pie.

Geekbench, a popular benchmarking application for smartphones, has recorded a scorecard for a 'Motorola moto e(6) plus,' as revealed by distribution NashvilleChatter. The listing demonstrates the single a multi-strung performance of the upcoming phone, however more significantly, details a portion of its specifications, for example, the SoC, RAM and Android adaptation.

It obviously expresses the nearness of an 'ARM MT6762V/WB' processor or all the more ordinarily known as the Helio P22 SoC. This is a section level chip that is found in phones, for example, the Redmi 6 and Realme C2. The phone under testing additionally seems to have 2GB of RAM, in spite of the fact that there is a decent possibility that the Moto E6 Plus would have higher RAM variants once it really launches. It's likewise observed running Android 9 Pie, which appears to be suitable.

Toward the finish of April, specifications of a Moto E6 leaked online hinting at the nearness of a Snapdragon 430 SoC and a conceivable US launch by means of bearers. The Moto E6 Plus could likewise lunch nearby it, despite the fact that the nearness of the MediaTek chip hints this could touch base outside the US, for example, India. We don't have any more details about this phone yet we can anticipate that the pricing should be well under Rs. 10,000, if Motorola needs this phone to be significant here.

In the meantime, the Motorola is gearing up to launch another 'premium gadget' on June 20 in India. Details are rare right now however there is a solid probability that it could be the Motorola One Vision, which was as of late launched in Brazil. Another plausibility is the Moto Z4, which supports Moto Mods and packs in a 48-megapixel camera.

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