Motorola unveils Moto G60 and Moto G40 Fusion

Motorola continues to expand its Moto G lineup of smartphones. Today, at a presentation in India, the company showed two new models: Moto G60 and Moto G40 Fusion.

Smartphones are very similar to each other and differ only in some parameters, but first things first. So, Moto G60 is the oldest model presented. It has a large 6.8-inch IPS display with a 32MP front camera opening, FHD + resolution, and 120Hz refresh rate. The panel supports HDR10.

Under the hood of the device is a Snapdragon 732G octa-core processor paired with 6GB LPDDR4x RAM and 128GB UFS 2.1 storage. The novelty is powered by a 6000 mAh energy-intensive battery. It supports the proprietary 20W TurboCharging and Quick Charge 4.0.

The main camera in the Moto G60 is triple. The main sensor is a 108 MP Samsung HM2 with an aperture of f / 1.9. It is complemented by an 8MP wide-angle lens with a 118-degree field of view, which can also be used for macro photography, and a 2MP depth sensor. The device has Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, NFC, USB-C, a headphone jack, a classic fingerprint scanner on the back, and a hybrid slot for two SIMs and a microSD memory card.

The Moto G60 is not fully waterproof, but the manufacturer claims that the device is made of plastic with a P2i water-repellent coating. The novelty works with Android 11 and the My UX shell.

The Moto G40 Fusion is a slightly simplified version of the Moto G60. The device received two memory modifications, a 16 MP front camera, as well as the main one with a 64 MP main sensor. The rest of the device’s characteristics are the same.

The Moto G60 will start selling in India on April 27 and the Moto G40 Fusion on May 1. It is not yet known when smartphones will reach the global market.

Moto G40 Fusion 4/64 GB – $186
Moto G40 Fusion 6/128 GB – $213
Moto G60 6/128 GB – $240

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