A Motorola appears to be ready to add two new smartphones to its already vast line of Moto G series equipment. According to the data revealed, the company appears to be ready to announce the Moto G20, a smartphone from the entry range, and the Moto G60, a new smartphone from the entry range.
It seems that the number of phones already launched in recent months is not enough for the brand, and for that reason two new devices are in the pipeline to be announced.
And as I mentioned earlier, one of them is a phone in the entry range, the Moto G20, a phone that appeared on the platform of benchmark, the Geekbench, codenamed XT2128, which has a Unista Octa-Core processor inside, the T700 that operates at maximum 1.82Ghz, and which has the ARM Mali-G52 GPU. Accompanying this processor we have 4GB of RAM.
Another data already known, is that it has a triple camera system at the rear, has a fingerprint sensor at the rear, NFC and a 5000mAh battery with support for charging 10W.
Moto G20 and Moto G60 about to be announced by Motorola
The other equipment is the Moto G60, which according to the latest information, will arrive with a 6.78 inch screen with FullHD + resolution (1080×2460 pixels) and a refresh rate of 120Hz.
Inside we will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G that will be accompanied by 4 or 6GB of RAM, with 64 or 128GB of internal storage.
Regarding photography, the Moto G60 will arrive with a triple sensor system at the rear, in which the main has 108MP with a secondary sensor of 16MP and another of 2MP. At the front there will be a 32MP sensor.
Its battery is 6000mAh and will also have its fingerprint sensor on the rear and NFC.
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