A couple of weeks ago, some reports suggested that the Lenovo owned smartphone manufacturer Motorola was working on the Moto G60S. Keep in mind that it is not to be confused with the Moto G60 that came out in April this year.
Today, the Moto G60S was revealed on Motorola’s Brazilian website, officially confirming that the device indeed exists. Coming to the device specs, the phone is powered by the MediaTek Helio G95 chipset that is backed by a Mali-G76MC4 GPU. The Moto G60S is powered by 6GB of RAM and has 128GB of internal storage that can be expanded using a MicroSD card.
It features a 6.8-inch FHD+ 120Hz display and comes with a 64MP main sensor backed by an 8MP ultrawide camera, a 5MP macro lens and a 2MP depth sensor. The front of the Moto G60S has a 16MP selfie camera that should be enough for normal video calls.
On the connectivity side of things, the Moto G60S phone has NFC and a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is rare these days. The Moto G60S also supports 55W fast charging, but there is news on the battery capacity to date. Also, it comes with Android 11 out of the box.
Since this is the Brazilian variant, it will not be fair to compare the phone price because smartphones are usually expensive in the country. Motorola has not hinted that it will bring the phone to other markets, but they might release it in other regions in the coming weeks.
Compared to the Moto G60, the Moto G60S is comparatively similar and offers the same screen, RAM and storage space. The only thing that’s different here is that the Moto G60 features a much powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G while also faring better in the camera department.