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Motorola Moto G6 Plus passes through Geekbench with Android Oreo

Motorola Moto G6 Plus

We are just days away from seeing the latest Motorola smartphones unveiled. Led by the Motorola Moto G6 Plus, the company’s new mid-range line will certainly be unveiled next week. Now, this same model gave an air of its grace on the Geekbench platform with Android Oreo installed.

It appears that the American company, now owned by Lenovo, will come to São Paulo to present its latest proposals. It will be the lines Moto G6 and Moto E5 the protagonists of this event, if all current beliefs come to confirm.

With regard to the Moto G6 line, information leaks and rumours have lasted for months. We already believe we know almost everything about this trio, lacking only its officialization. Incidentally, the rest of the G6 models had gone through Geekbench in the past. Only the G6 Plus, the most powerful of the three, was lacking.

This is what all the rumors indicated. A Moto G6 Plus that would stand out slightly from his brothers. The idea with such a strategy would be to attack small niche markets with models designed specifically for this.

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Now, with the passage of the Motorola Moto G6 Plus by Geekbench we have confirmation of your superiority with your brothers. With scores of 866 in single-core and 4123 in multi-core, it confirms a slightly higher performance than the Moto G6.

Motorola Moto G6 Plus on Geekbench with Android Oreo and Snapdragon 660

This is an octa-core processor, presented in 2017, with a maximum frequency of 2.2Ghz. A SoC that equips many of the most influential mid-range smartphones on the market with very interesting performances.This passage through the benchmark platform also confirms the processor embedded in the smartphone. The platform demonstrates the presence of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660, contrary to the rumors that pointed to the Snapdragon 630.

The same test carried out by Geekbench further reveals that this model will come with 4GB of RAM and still the Android Oreo out of the box. These yes data that go against what has been spoken so far.

As I mentioned earlier today, until the Moto G6 is presented we have yet to speak more about them. This has been the outlook of the current technology market and that draws much of the impact of the presentation of any equipment.



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