The Moto G60 is an upcoming phone from Motorola. Earlier today renders of the smartphone were posted on the web. Now, more details have surfaced and it says that the phone will launch as the Moto G40 Fusion in select markets.
According to a post by Techniknews in collaboration with Halabtech and Adam Conway of XDA Developers, the Moto G60 originally had two versions – “Hanoip” and “Hanoi”, but the two devices were merged and only “Hanoip” remained. However, it appears Motorola still has two versions of the phone for different markets.
The post reveals that the phone will be sold as the Motorola G60 in Europe and will have a 108MP primary camera while in India and Brazil, the phone will be sold as the Moto G40 Fusion and will have a 64MP primary camera but that’s not where the differences end.
In Europe, the Moto G60 will have an 8MP ultrawide angle camera and a 2MP depth sensor. It will also have a 32MP selfie camera. The Indian version will also have an 8MP ultrawide angle camera and a 2MP depth sensor but have a 16MP front-facing camera.
The Moto G40 Fusion will come in two configurations – 4GB RAM + 64GB of storage and 6GB RAM + 128GB of storage. In Europe, the phone will come in only one configuration with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage and will have NFC, a feature not available for the Indian version.
Both phones will have a 6000mAh battery capacity. They will also have a 6.78-inch FHD+ 120Hz display according to XDA Developers but there is no confirmation on the type of panel it is. It has also been reported that they will have a Google Assistant key, a 3.5mm audio jack, and be available in Gray (with green) and gray (with brown).
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