Moto G6 Android Phone Features a Smart Dual Rear Camera System

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Every picture tells a story with the Moto G6 and its smart camera system. For many of us, our phones are tools that unlock a seemingly endless amount of information online. Using the Moto G6 camera, you can unlock the secrets of the world around you. Just snap a picture of a nearby object or landmark, and the G6 will give you more information about it. The camera system can also be used as a scanner, converting physical text to digital type for emails and texts.

Moto G6 32GB Smartphone

The G6 features dual-rear 12MP/5MP cameras, and an 8MP front camera. Both are capable of detailed HDR photos and have flashes for low-light situations. The dual rear-camera setup also has unique modes that combine black-and-white with full color, to unique effect. Spot Color isolates a single color and turns the rest of the photo black-and-white, while Selective Color does something similar, where a subject is kept in full color, while the rest of the image is made black-and-white.

The Moto G6 also lets you get creative with video. Both sides can take videos in up to Full HD 1080p resolution, with the rear cameras giving you the additional ability to take time-lapse video and dramatic slow-motion clips. You can view your videos on the Full HD+ Max Vision 5.7" display. The screen has an 18:9 aspect ratio and goes edge-to-edge to minimize the bezel and provide a more immersive, cinematic experience.

Behind the scenes, the G6 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.8 GHz octa-core processor, which is powered by a long-lasting 3000 mAh battery. When the G6 needs to recharge, it can take advantage of turbopower technology, which gives you hours of battery life with just minutes of charging.

With the Moto G6, Motorola has provided significant protection to the phone, and the data you store inside of it. The whole thing is wrapped in scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 3, and a water-repellent nano-coating helps protect against accidental spills, splashes, and light rain. To protect your data, you have the option of using the fingerprint sensor or facial recognition to unlock the G6.

Everything you download and capture is stored on 32GB of internal memory, but you can expand that by up to 128GB by inserting an optional microSD card. However, when it comes to photos and videos, online storage is unlimited, thanks to Google Photos.

Highlighted by dual-rear cameras and a smart, internet-searching camera system, Motorola certainly aims to please with a midrange phone that’s packed with premium features. If you want to be among the first to experience it all firsthand, you can pre-order the Moto G6 now, at B&H.

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