Moto G60 and G40 Fusion and unveiled with 120Hz refresh rate displays and SD 732G
The big difference comes in the cameras where the G60 is outfitted with Samsung’s HM2 108MP sensor while the G40 Fusion gets a more pedestrian 64MP shooter. The accompanying 8MP ultrawide and 2MP depth sensors are identical. The selfie shooters also vary - the G60 comes with a 32MP module while the G40 Fusion settles for a 16MP unit.
Both new Moto G phones feature 6.8-inch IPS LCDs with FHD+ resolution and centered punch holes. Both panels are also HDR10-certified. The software front is covered by Android 11 with Motorola’s My UX on top.
The G40 Fusion comes with 4/6GB RAM and 64/128GB storage while the G60 is only available in a single 6/128GB model. There’s a microSD slot for easy storage expansion on both as well as a P2i water repellent coating and headphone jack.
The Moto G60 and G40 Fusion will go on sale starting April 27 and May 1 at 12 noon. The G60 will retail for INR 17,999 ($240) while the G40 Fusion starts at INR 13,999 ($186). ICICI bank card owners get flat discounts of INR 1,000 on the G40 Fusion and INR 1,500 on the G60.
From a motorola user: avoid this brand. There’s no customer support or updates. They don’t care. #DontBuyMotorola
- 16 Sep 2021
probably samsungs isocell
- 14 May 2021
- soon to be owner
It depends on the market, because in North America you are comparing apples to oranges. For example in North America these particular Motorola's can be purchased from retailers with good return policies. They will average $50 to $100 less t...
- 24 Apr 2021