Motorola last week announced a series of new smartphones from its new Moto G family, redesigned to become even more competitive. In addition to the Moto G10 Power and Moto G30, made official weeks before, the North American manufacturer unveiled the powerful Moto G100, which promises to fight for the position of best basic top of the line, and the Moto G50, exclusive of the European market with a focus on making the 5G more affordable. The company should not stop there, however.
According to the leaks, Motorola is preparing to launch the Moto G20, aimed at the entry-level segment, and the Moto G60, a more robust device focused on the more premium intermediary market. The two devices once again lead to leaks, which this time show the look of the two devices, courtesy of the leaker Abhishek yadav. As expected, both follow a design line similar to that seen in other family cell phones.
Moto G60 has a hole in the screen and Moto G50 style cameras
More powerful of the two, the Moto G60 has an appearance close to that of its brother Moto G50, which in turn has design elements that resemble some rivals, such as the Galaxy A72. The new premium intermediary features a screen with slightly advantageous edges, especially at the base, and a centralized hole to house the front camera. On the back, we have the Motorola logo acting as a digital reader, colored panel with a glossy finish and triple camera module, with sensors aligned vertically, inscriptions that highlight the resolution of the main sensor and double LED flash.
With model numbers XT2135-1, XT-2135-2 and XT2147-1, to serve Latin America, Europe and India respectively, the Moto G60 should reach the market equipped with Snapdragon 732G chipset, 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM, 64 GB or 128 GB of storage, 120 Hz screen, generous 6,000 mAh battery and 6.78 inch screen with 120 Hz refresh rate.
The cameras should be one of its main highlights, with variants dedicated to Latin America and Europe featuring a 32 MP front camera and a triple rear set with a 108 MP Samsung ISOCELL HM2 main sensor, which equips most of this year’s intermediaries, in addition to 16 MP ultrawide and 2 MP macro. The Indian model should be more modest, with a 16 MP front camera and 64 MP main rear lens.
Moto G20 brings Unisoc chipset and Moto G10 look
Aiming at the low cost, the Moto G20 is very reminiscent of the more modest brother Moto G10, with a screen with very sharp edges and a drop-shaped notch for the front camera. At the rear, the device has a basic colored finish, Motorola logo that acts as a digital reader and rectangular camera module with L-shaped sensors and LED flash, very similar to the set adopted in the Moto G9 Plus.
According to rumors, the G20 meets the model number XT2128 and will be equipped with Unisoc T700 chipset, accompanied by 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. With Android 11 from the factory, the cheap one also has a 5,000 mAh battery and a charge of just 10 W, with a speculated price of 148 euros, or something around R $ 986, in direct conversion. There is still no release forecast for the devices.
#MotoG60 & #MotoG20— Abhishek Yadav (@yabhishekhd) March 31, 2021
Moto G60 specs
-108MP triple rear camera
-Rear mounted fingerprint scanner
-Single punch hole front camera
Moto G20 Specs
-Quad rear camera
-Rear mounted fingerprint scanner
-Waterdrop notch pic.twitter.com/Z6ti5iFrUX
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