Motorola is working on a bunch of impressive smartphones lately. If rumours are to believed, both Motorola Moto G60 and the G40 Fusion will come with 120Hz displays, support for HDR 10 and massive 6,000 mAh batteries. It is expected that both devices will be powered by the same processor, the Snapdragon 732G.
Some previous speculations suggest that the Motorola Moto G60 may be rebranded as the G40 Fusion in Indian and Brazilian markets with the model number XT2147-1. The phones are said to feature a 64MP rear camera paired with a 16MP front camera crammed in the same body as the Moto G60. Other specifications are expected to be the same as the G60.
Motorola Moto G60 and G40 listed on Geekbench
Both the phones are now listed on the popular benchmarking website, Geekbench. Confirming the previous speculations concerning the processor, the Moto G60 and the G40 Fusion pack the same processor, the Snapdragon 732G. The listing also reveals that the Moto G60 will come with Android 11 out of the box paired with 6GB of RAM. It scores 515 points in the single core test whereas in the multicore performance , its score is at 1,375 points.
On the other hand, the Moto G40 Fusion comes with 4GB of RAM and scores 519 points in the single core test and 1,425 points in the multi core test.
Almost everything is the same when it comes to both devices. Apart from RAM, the major difference between the two devices is in the camera department. The Moto G60 comes with the Samsung 108 MP ISOCELL HM2 sensor whereas the Moto G40 Fusion features the 64 MP shooter.
The company also recently tweeted about a Moto G phone which, according to sources, might be the Moto G40 Fusion.