The Motorola E6 Plus is part of the low-end affordable range of E-series smartphones.
Upon opening the box, you’ll be greeted with a large display, and in my case a very polished graphite back case.
The colour looks really nice (but because of the mirrored finished, you will notice fingerprints quite easy).
Talking of fingerprints, you also get a fingerprint reader on the back – which is great considering the price range of the phone.
The display is large – at 6.1 inch – and is the HD+ Max Vision, that Motorola put on most of there phones.
You’ll also get a dual camera setup on the E6 Plus – a 13MP main camera, as well as a secondary 2MP lens.
On the front, you’ll find an 8MP snapper for those all important selfies.
Taking the back panel off the phone, you’ll get nostalgic over a large 3000mAh REMOVABLE battery. The battery size alone is larger than most high end smartphones, so to get it on the E6 Plus was quite a surprise – but a welcome one at that.
Under the hood, there’s a 2Ghz Octa-core processor, 2GB of Ram, 32GB of onboard storage, a dedicated SD card slot (for up to 512GB), Android 9.0 (Pie) out of the box, a headphone jack, micro USB charging and 4G.
All this and plenty more, for a very reasonable £99.
If you’re in the market for an affordable phone, with some decent specs, look no further than the E6 Plus. You’ll be very surprised at what you get for your money. And I personally, would recommend this for use to any first time buyers of a smartphone – and have no doubt in my mind, they’ll be able to do everything you would expect and more from this little-big phone.
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