MOTOROLA’s new Moto G60S has made its world debut on the company’s Brazilian website.
Moto G60S features a 6.8-inch FHD+, 120Hz screen, mediatek Helio G95 chipset (with a 2.0ghz octa-core CPU and mali-G76MC4 GPU), 6GB of ram, and 128GB of expandable storage. There are four cameras on the back: A 64MP F /1.7 main camera, an 8MP F /2.2 ultra wide Angle camera, a 5MP F /2.4 macro camera, and a 2MP F /2.4 depth sensor, with a 16mp F /2.2 camera in front for selfies.
The phone has NFC support, has a 3.5mm headphone jack and supports 50W wired charging, though curiously MOTOROLA makes no mention of its battery capacity. The Moto G60S runs Android 11, measures 169.7 x 75.9 x 9.6 mm and weighs 212 grams.
If you’re in Brazil, you can already order the Blue or green Moto G60S for R $2,249.10. Due to the peculiarities of Brazil’s smartphone market, where devices are often more expensive than elsewhere, it makes little sense to directly compare prices in other currencies. There is no word yet on MOTOROLA’s plans to release the phone in other countries.