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Motorola Moto G6 Play Makes an Appearance on GeekBench


One of the most important tech events of the year is just around the corner and we can be sure that lots of new gadgets are going to be unveiled there. The event is called the World Mobile Congress and all the world’s biggest tech manufacturers are scheduled to unveil their latest devices there and Motorola is one of them.

Talking about Motorola, we need to mention how active it has been during past couple of years. Motorola is trying to compete against the likes of Samsung and this is why it keeps launching high-end devices at a constant rate.

Nonetheless, the reason why Motorola is making headlines today is because one if it’s not-yet unveiled smartphones made an appearance on GeekBench.

Moto G6 Play GeekBench

From the looks of it, Moto G6 Play might be the device that Motorola is planning to unveil during the Mobile World Congress. Fortunately for us, we don’t have to wait anymore before we can see what specs it will have to offer because it’s entire spec sheet has been leaked on GeekBench. Without any further ado, let’s see what Moto G6 Play will feature.

Processor Score

First off, Moto G6 will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 430 CPU. This is a great processor that features eight cores and it clocks at 1.4GHz Cortex-A53.

Things get even better than this because Motorola made sure to pair the processor with 2GB of RAM and an expandable storage space. The processor scored 472 points in the single-core test and a whopping 1801 points in the multi-core one.

One of the most important things that we can take from this GeekBench leak is that Moto G6 Play will run on Google’s latest Android 8.0.0 Oreo operating system. This is great news for Motorola fans because it means the smartphone will be packed with a plethora of features.

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