Rumor | Motorola will launch the Moto G60s in Europe for less than US$400
Motorola's G60 is one of this OEM's newest phones on the Indian market at present. Subsequent leaks have hinted that this debut would be followed by others such as the Edge 20 series and Moto G60s soon. Now, the tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore purports to confirm this rumor in the case of the latter.
The leaker has reportedly partnered with MySmartPrice to release the exclusive potential news that this device will indeed launch soon, albeit in Europe rather than India. Apparently, it will cost between €300 and €320 (~US$354-377) when it hits this market.
Currently, it is thought that the Moto G60s (rumored to go by the code-name Lisbon within Motorola) will have much in common with the existing G60. This Snapdragon 732G-powered phone might be highlighted in terms of the 108MP main shooter for its triple rear camera array. However, it has a number of other advantages, such as its 6.81-inch FHD+ HDR display with a 120Hz refresh rate, and a large 6,000mAh battery.
However, Amhhore also claims it will stand apart in that it will have 2GB more RAM (for a total of 8GB), and will come in just one colorway (blue), as opposed to the distinctive Dynamic Gray (with a contrasting rear camera hump in a strange shade of green) and Champagne of the G60.
Given that it currently starts at INR 17,999 (~US$240) for the same 128GB internal storage option reportedly destined for the G60s, the alleged new variant might indeed prove to be the more premium of the two, should it really launch soon.