Moto E6s First Impressions

Moto E6s comes in Polished Graphite and Rich Cranberry colour options in India

  • Moto E6s comes in a single variant priced at Rs. 7,999
  • It is powered by the octa-core MediaTek Helio P22 processor
  • The phone comes equipped with a 3,000mAh battery

  • Moto E6s

Motorola has added a new member to its affordable Moto E-series – the Moto E6s. This new Motorola offering is the first member of the Moto E lineup in India to pack dual rear cameras, and has a couple of other surprises that buyers might appreciate – an interchangeable back cover and a removable battery. The rest of the Moto E6s’ hardware is typical entry-level Android phone fare, and this phone is pitted against the likes of Redmi 7 (Review), Asus ZenFone Max M2 (Review), and the Realme 3 (Review). We were able to spend some time with the Moto E6s prior to its official launch, and here’s what we think about this phone so far.

The Moto E6s is very similar to the Moto E6 Plus which was unveiled at IFA earlier this month. The phone’s design screams low-budget, and this does not bode well for the Moto E6s as there is no paucity of phones in the same price segment that offer more appealing aesthetics. The rear panel is plain and can be pulled off the phone’s frame to reveal the removable battery.

We played around with the Polished Graphite variant of the Moto E6s, which is quite reflective and gets smudged too quickly. We also noticed that it picked up scuff marks in no time. The rear panel seems quite flimsy at first, but thankfully, it slips on and off the phone easily. Motorola also offers the phone in a Rich Cranberry colour, which has a gradient finish with red along the sides and black in the middle.