Moto E6 is coming to T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile


One year after a couple of Moto E5 variants arrived at T-Mobile, Motorola’s newest member of its affordable Moto E family has been revealed.

The Moto E6 is official, and it’s coming to both T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile. There’s no launch info available for T-Mo or Metro quite yet, but the Moto E6 is available from Verizon starting today, so a T-Mobile release may not be far off. Pricing for the Moto E6 is $149.99.

When it comes to specs, the Moto E6 is packing a 5.5-inch 1440×720 LCD screen, 13MP rear camera with phase detection autofocus, 1.12um pixels, and f/2.0 aperture, and a 5MP front-facing camera for your selfies. Motorola has included 16GB of storage with the Moto E6, and there’s a microSD card slot if that internal storage isn’t enough for you.

Motorola has included an octa-core Snapdragon 435 processor with the Moto E6 as well as 2GB of RAM. There’s a 3000mAh battery in the Moto E6, which is smaller than the Moto E5’s 4000mAh battery. One nice feature about that 3000mAh battery in the Moto E6 is removable, which means you can carry an extra with you and easily swap it in if one battery dies.

The Moto E6 is also equipped with a 3.5mm headphone jack, a 2-in-1 front-ported speaker, and FM radio support. You’ll recharge the Moto E6 with its microUSB port, and Motorola has included a water repellent coating to help protect the phone from splashes. On the software side, the Moto E6 comes with Android 9.0 Pie.

Like previous entries in the Moto E series, the Moto E6 is an entry-level phone with specs to match. When it arrives at T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile, it’ll be another option for folks in the market for an affordable Android device, and having more options is always a good thing.

Source: Motorola

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  • Koolme666

    Removable battery kreygasm

    • riverhorse

      I wish someone would grab this niche market. Non – removable plus eSim killing the last vestiges of convenience, privacy and being tracked.
      A phone with removable battery and the Revellry Plus specs, or better, would kick arse.
      Stylo really dropped the ball.

      • Koolme666

        I miss phones with removable batteries and all that, not being stuck to a wall and just popping the new battery in, unfortunately I think the Specs and 2gb of ram won’t do me good here.

      • Nano

        The Stylo is nothing but overpriced junk from LG. I typically don’t mind LG’s phones but the Stylo is and always has been garbage. You want a decent phone you can get free just for switching? Go to metro by TMobile and grab one of those Galaxy A20’s. I grabbed one by porting over a number from another carrier and the phone is actually pretty nice for a mid tier phone. Feels very flagship type.. and has ONE UI. And pie.

        • riverhorse

          Metro hasn’t carried anything better than Stylos for half a decade now, barring the 1 or 2 subpar versions of flagships, which is another category…especially factoring screen size. Everything else from all other brands, including LG, has been almost identical small size and specs with just a new model name stamped on. The only exception, ZTE, was a software bug fest.
          I would take the A20 International version, not the inferior US model.

  • expat1observer

    But is 2GB enough processor memory for a tmobile phone? Doesn’t Tmo’s built in software require most of that, so that one will constantly be running out of operating memory. Hopefully Tmobile’s version will allow a little more memory

  • vinnyjr

    Going to sell this junk and not the Samsung Fold???

    • Nano

      The fold is plagued with issues. It was the firs time around. So, maybe T-Mobile decided it would be best to wait until the second generation of the phone comes out. This would be a smart move. Everyone that says T-Mobile doesn’t do stuff for their consumers or their consumers in mind is wrong. The uncarrier initiative is quite a good one. I mean T-Mobile always kills it with their deals in my opinion. I really like who they are. And unlike at&t and Verizon and Sprint, T-Mobile hasn’t been caught yet throttling specific sites or apps on it’s network. I mean except the usual stuff like YouTube and their dvd quality nonsense which makes no sense…. But, I mean still T-Mobile offers a very friendly service to a very budget conscious type of person such as myself. And when they do throttle a service they’re open about it and honest. I do like the transparency from T-Mobile. That’s the best part of the company IMO.

  • dcmanryan

    Quantity of over quality, the new Moto brought to you by Lenovo. I swear they release 3 phones a month.

  • riverhorse

    7yo specs! Yippee ka yeh mofos!

  • Bklynman

    All lower end phones should by this day and age should be at least 3/32. Mid range should at least be 4 and 32/or 4/64. High tier phones should start off with 6/128. I have question,why don’t they made phones with 4/96? Anyone want to take guess? No,I don’t have answer,just asking.