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Here's the Moto G6 Play boot image loaded into a hex editor.
As you can clearly see, 8 cores (0-7) are defined inside the boot.img, which is part of the software. I'm not lying. Look for yourself. This causes the problem. It is not hardware related. This is your Moto G6 Play xt1922-7 boot.img with the Jan. 2019 security patches by the way.
Here's a snapshot of the kernel log. You can again, see the error is software related. It stems from kernel cpu speed reader. The errors with cores 4-7 cause a temporary screen off then the device is immediately woken back up. The kernel which is inside the boot image, which is %100 software, expects cores 4-7 to exist.