Motorola is well committed to making cheaper smartphones with advanced features. The new innovation Moto E6s could be the next of these. You will get an advanced phone with a 6.1-inch 720 x 1560 LCD screen, 2GB of RAM, 2GHz MediaTek Helio P22 chipset, and a dual-lens rear camera (a 13MP main lens and a 2MP depth sensor). The Moto E6s also has a 5MP front-facing camera, a microSD card slot, 32GB of storage, a rear-facing fingerprint scanner, a 3,000mAh battery, and comes running Android 9 Pie. The phone sports a water-resistant design, so it can survive after an accidental shock. You are still not able to find the exact price but just basic specs. Moreover, its specifications are almost identical to Moto E6 Plus (a phone which also has a similar price tag).
The Moto E6s is a slight step up from the Moto E6 Play, however, in both price and specs. If you are looking to buy the Moto E6s, only UK buyers will now be able to pick it up during the coming weeks from Amazon, John Lewis, Argos, O2 or Tesco, Carphone Warehouse. It is noteworthy that the other models of the E6 range are already available in the market. Some rumors have predicted its launch in the US during the summer of 2020. Point to be noted that Mint Mobile wireless carrier has confirmed providing free data to help people in the United States following the coronavirus epidemic. So, you can now get free 3GB data packages from Mint Mobile until 14th April 2020, even if you’ve never been a customer before.
You just need to download the Mint Mobile app (Android and iOS). The company has announced on its website and said, “These last few days have thrown the world into an unprecedented moment of uncertainty where reliable communication is of the utmost importance. We feel it’s necessary to do something that could possibly help all of us navigate this tough time a little bit better”. We have experienced that some major carriers in the US have implemented similar measures over the last week. Most carriers and ISPs have also agreed to waive late fees to those individuals and small businesses, aren’t able to pay their bills because of the coronavirus outburst.