Buying a new phone can be stressful, particularly when you’re in the market for a low-cost option. Here at Android Central, we use dozens of budget phones over the course of a year, and are here to help you find the right one — and save money in the process.
Moto G6 Plus
Both phones notch wins in different areas, but the deciding factor is pricing in your market.
For as solid and consistent as the flagship space has become, there’s still plenty of competition and innovation happening at the lower price points. Ranging between $250 and $350, there are lots of good options out there to get a great phone without breaking the bank. Two of the big names in this segment are the Nokia 6.1 and Moto G6 Plus, which both give solid specs, interesting designs and a promise of good clean software.
With the Moto G6 and G6 Plus slowly becoming more and more widely available, Motorola has published the kernel source code for the Moto G6 and G6 Plus. The G6 Play’s source code was released in late April, but it’s taken over a month on top of that for the G6 and G6 Plus’s for whatever reason.
The Moto G6 goes by codename “Ali,” and the G6 Plus by “Evert.” The kernel source codes for these two devices will help developers create custom ROMs and recoveries, which enthusiast owners will no doubt want. Read More
The Motorola Moto G6 is great, but it’s not perfect. We’ve rounded up some of the most common issues and problems you’re likely to find, as well as the fixes that bring your phone back to full capabilities.
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