Motorola has already released updates to its Moto G and Moto Z lines this year, and now it’s the entry-level Moto E’s turn, with the $149 Moto E6. And for that budget price, you’re getting exactly as much phone as you’d expect.
This year, E6 is the only model in the budget line (compared to last year’s, which saw three different E5, E5 Play, and E5 Plus models). That price slots it just below the $199.99 Moto G7 Play, and gives Motorola a phone at every $50 increment from $149 to $299.
The new Moto E6 hews the closest in design to the E5 from last year’s trio, but it has a smaller 5.5-inch display (vs. 5.7 inches last year), and a battery which has been bumped down to 3,000 mAh instead of 4,000 mAh — however, it is…
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