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Moto Z Play receiving Android 8.0 Oreo update in India

Above you'll see the G6 Play in Silver. Once you're done with the video, read our full impressions below!

After being throughly leaked, Motorola is kicking off its 2018 lineup with the Moto G6 and Moto E5 family. If battery life's a key concern for you, though, then the Moto G6 Play may be a better bet.

We've yet to have any extensive time with the Moto G6 Plus camera, but we have used the Moto G6's rear shooter a lot and it seems to be around the same if not a touch worse than what's on the back of the Plus. They have the innovations that matter most to you.

The two phones have, surprisingly, different strengths.

The E5 Plus also includes 15W Turbo Charging like the G6, and like the G6 Play, the E5 Play offers 10W Rapid Charging. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 quad-core SoC, with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage, which is expandable using a microSD card. That's important now, but it's extra important a year from now when you're using this phone as apps get larger and more demanding. It is priced around $199.

With a 4,000mAh battery that promises 36 hours of juice, the rest of the handset is decidedly lower end than the G6. Well now, after more than six months from receiving the last Android version update, Moto Z Play is receiving the much awaited Android 8.0 Oreo update in India.

Moto G6 Plus comes in Gold and Indigo Colors and will available in Brazil starting today.

The Moto E5 has the same 13 MP camera with an F/2.0 on the rear, as the bigger E5 plus.

Of course, something's got to give to keep the price down, but in the case of the Moto G6 I think the compromises that have been made are the right ones.

The E5 Plus will come in Grey and Blue, while the E5 Play will come in black.

The Moto E5 sports a 5.7 inch HD+ IPS LCD display with a 720x1440p resolution. Here we also see a round camera module as with the other Moto models, but the G6 Play only has a single camera.

The E5 Plus is the one to get, provided you can handle the size and weight.
The biggest trade-off here appears to be a screen resolution that doesn't really grow with the larger panel, but if you don't mind a lower-density display you can pick this handset up for almost €170, in the same nations where the E5 will be sold. The moto g and moto e product families offer the ideal combination of features for consumers who don't want to compromise on quality, style or experience.

The E range targets the lower end of the market, with the 5.7-inch E5 at Euro 149, 6.0-inch E5 Plus at Euro 169 and the 5.2-inch E5 Play for an undisclosed price. It features a 12MP rear camera and a big 5000mAh battery. The battery is the smallest of the bunch, at 2800 mAh, but that's probably fine for the lower-spec hardware it's feeding. The other specs are in similar line with the slight decrease in quality for the standard G6. Although we first compared it to the Honor 7A, it's a level above this phone in both its design and performance.

Lastly, we have the Moto E5 Play smartphone, which is the least powerful device of the three. At those prices, you're getting an fantastic deal no matter which of the three you decide to pick up.

And as with all Motorola phones, Google Photos is the default gallery for all your photos and videos.

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