Motorola may not have the towering presence it once used to enjoy in the affordable smartphone category but the Lenovo-owned brand has been hard at work to come up with interesting products in the recent months. The Motorola One series phones have been offering unique propositions in the Android One category whereas the Lenovo K10 Note has been designed for the young generation loving specifications more than anything else. The company is now focusing on the sub-Rs 10,000 segment with the Moto E6s.
Does the name ring any bells? If so, that’s because it’s the successor to the once-popular Moto E series of phones that offered the best value phones in the sub-Rs 10,000 category. The Moto E6s comes in after the Moto E5 Plus and it does bring with itself some India-centric features. In fact, Motorola told India Today Tech that the Moto E6s has been designed keeping in mind the Indian consumers’ needs.
Priced at Rs 7,999, the Moto E6s is a fairly affordable smartphone and if you are looking to get it, is it better than equally priced phones from Xiaomi and Samsung? Since I have been using it for a couple of days, these are my initial impressions about the Moto E6s.