The Moto G6 is making a slow push into the US, starting with Verizon. Big Red is now offering Motorola’s latest mid-tier G line family member at a monthly price of $10 or $240 at full retail.
To recap, the Moto G6 sports a 5.7-inch FHD+ IPS LCD display, Snapdragon 450 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage (with SD support), 3000mAh battery (with fast charging), fingerprint reader, headphone jack, and dual rear cameras (12MP + 5MP). That’s a decent spec list for a $240 phone, especially when you consider the premium design. However, there is a Moto G6 Plus with a real upgrade in specs that Motorola has decided not to sell in the US. That’s too bad.
Either way, the Moto G6 is first available at Verizon from what I can tell, and the $240 price is cheaper than the $250 Motorola plans to sell it at.