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Motorola Moto G60 and Moto G40 Fusion launched in India

The Moto G60 and Moto G40 Fusion join the lineup of the G series as Motorola unveiled the new devices. Both phones feature Snapdragon 732G and 120Hz displays.
Moto G60

New Moto G-series!

Both devices have identical designs and specifications with only minor changes to the G40 fusion being the lower version of the handset.

At the front, it sports a centered punch-hole display design, while at the back you'd see a shiny metal-like finish and the triple-camera set up. You would also find the Motorola logo/fingerprint scanner near the cameras.

Both smartphones had a 6.8-inch FHD+ IPS LCD panel that comes with HDR10 support for a better viewing experience and a 120Hz high refresh rate for ultra-smooth scrolling and gaming.

As mentioned above, they had exactly the same processor which is the Snapdragon 732G. The G60 comes with a single variant of 6GB RAM and 128GB storage while the G40 comes with two options to choose from which are the 4/64GB version and the 6/128GB version. They also have a microSD slot for storage expansion in case you'll need extra space.
Moto G40 Fusion

The battery and charging are similar as well with a 6,000mAh non-removable battery with 20W Quick Charge 4 support.

For the cameras, this is where you'd find the changes. The Moto G60 has a primary sensor of 108MP while the G40 fusion has a toned-down primary camera with 64MP. Both primary sensors were joined with an 8MP ultrawide shooter and 2MP depth sensors.

You'd also find differences from their selfie shooters as the G60 comes with a 32MP sensor while the G40 Fusion settles for a 16MP sensor.

Other features include P2i water repellent coating and headphone jack. The OS comes Android 11 out of the box topped with Motorola's My UX.

India price with direct to PHP conversion (no taxes and duties yet).

Moto G60 - INR 17,999 (around PHP 11.5k)
Moto G40 Fusion price starts at INR 13,999 (around 8.9K)

Both devices will go on sale starting April 27 and May 1 at 12 noon. 

There's no info if they will launch the device in other parts of the world yet.

Source: GSMArena

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