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The Moto G6 hit the stores in April 2018, we’ll explain what to look for when identifying your G6 smartphone for trade-in. Firstly, the phone is built with an aluminum frame around the sides, with the front and back being Gorilla Glass 3 (the anti-shatter glass).
The Moto G6 you’re selling online has a really bright and colorful 5.9 inch touchscreen LCD display that provides a 1080x1920 pixel resolution. The front camera is 8 megapixels, being the top right camera above the screen on the right of the speaker – the fingerprint scanner is just below this screen also.
The rear of the Moto G6 you’re trading in has the Motorola logo dead center with the dual 5/12 megapixel cameras above, the flash slightly below making the camera section look like a pair of eyes and mouth. The rear camera is raised from the G6’s frame in a circular block, this rear camera also has the ability to take ‘portrait mode’ shots.
When you’re pricing up your Moto G6 for trade-in, make sure you select the correct internal storage sizes to get the most accurate quote – it comes with 32GB or 64GB internal storage as standard.
The Moto G6 has the headphone jack at the bottom of the handset with a charging port. Remember to backup and rest your phone before selling, remove the SIM card from the nano SIM slot as well as any microSD cards you have in there – you might need them!
The Moto G6 is a mid-tier smartphone from Motorola, it doesn’t have the killer knockout features of the flagship smartphones available at the time – but it did pack enough of a punch to satisfy someone on the lookout for a mid-level handset. The standout features include faster charging, good camera functions, all round good budget handset.