Moto G60 and Moto G40 Fusion have been confirmed by Motorola India and the 2 telephones shall be unveiled by way of Flipkart. Two Moto G-series smartphones have been beforehand teased by the corporate and now their names have been revealed to be Moto G60 and Moto G40 Fusion, together with their design. As of now, there is no such thing as a launch date for the 2 telephones in India because the tweet simply says they’re coming quickly. Each telephones have triple rear digicam setups and there have been some leaks surrounding the 2 telephones that trace at a number of the specs.
Motorola India tweeted that will probably be revealing the options of the Moto G60 and the Moto G40 Fusion solely on Flipkart. The picture shared within the tweet exhibits the again panel design for the 2 telephones they usually include triple rear cameras. The Motorola branding could be seen on the again as properly. Moto G60 could be seen in a gray color whereas Moto G40 Fusion is seen in a bluish end. There are three buttons on the suitable aspect of each telephones with two being for quantity and energy, and the third is presumably a devoted Google Assistant button.
Moto G60 has a centrally positioned hole-punch cutout for the selfie shooter however the selfie digicam location on the Moto G40 Fusion is hidden within the shared photograph. Each telephones have comparatively thick bezels throughout.
Most not too long ago, the 2 telephones had been allegedly spotted in Geekbench listings with 6GB RAM on Moto G60 and 4GB on Moto G40 Fusion. Each telephones run on Android 11, as per the itemizing. The telephones are believed to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G SoCs. Moto G60 could come with a 108-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor whereas the Moto G40 Fusion could carry a 64-megapixel major digicam sensor.
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