Moto G60: a new render purports to show the alleged 108MP mid-ranger off for the first time
Motorola is currently rumored to have a phone with a Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor in the works. However, unlike the last device from the OEM with such a spec, it is a mid-ranger rather than a flagship. This "Moto G60", also provisionally known as the XT2135 or Hanoip, is the subject of a new leak that may spoil its design and more of its features prior to launch.
It consists of an all-sides render that depicts the "G60" as a rather long, slim device with a punch-hole for its probably flat display. According to its contributors (the same as for the rumored phone's last leak), this panel measures 6.78 inches diagonally and has a 32MP selfie camera for its central aperture. This screen is said to have a 120Hz display, although whether it is to be AMOLED or not is still up in the air at this point.
Its rear panel may house a slightly Samsung Galaxy S21-esque camera hump with 3 lenses for its alleged 108+8+2MP shooters. The module also has a different color to the rest of the "G60's" back, which, according to its leaker, come in green/gray or brown/gray combinations.
The phone as imaged has 3 physical controls on one side and none on the other. One of these is touted to be a Google Assistant-mapped key, whereas the other 2 are presumably a volume rocker and a power key. The latter is said not to house the fingerprint sensor; instead, it is found within the Motorola logo on the back, a feature of some of the OEM's pre-existing phones.
The Moto G60 is also slated to get a Snapdragon 732G processor, 6GB of RAM, a 6000mAh battery and (according to its new render, at least) a headphone jack. Its latest tip also comes with claims that it has a second variant, which will be marketed in Brazil and India as the G40 Fusion. This version is said to have an additional 4GB RAM option, although it will also drop the 108MP marquee camera for a 64MP one instead and NFC functionality.
Otherwise, it will be identical to the putative G60. Therefore, this new Fusion variant might be the XT2135-2 recently certified by BIS. However, both alleged variants are still far from official confirmation or a launch announcement as yet.