Motorola has given its entrance level Moto E go an invigorate with the new Moto E6 ($149). The updated E6 adequately replaces the E5, E5 Play, and E5 Play, however unusually doesn’t offer a no matter how you look at it enhancement for those models. Despite the fact that the processor has been moved up to a Snapdragon 435 for improved execution, the E6 still incorporates a similar 2GB RAM and 16GB stockpiling as the widely appealing E5. It additionally sports a somewhat littler 5.5in presentation than the E5, alongside a minimized 3,000 mAh battery. The camera doesn’t endure a similar destiny, fortunately, and has been improved with a 13 megapixel focal point, while the new handset likewise accompanies a “water repellent” nano covering, which won’t do much in the event that you drop it in the can, however will offer more sprinkle security. It’s a blended pack, at that point, yet in case you’re after a shabby telephone with a some better than average specs, you may be happy to disregard those flaws.