Update | The Motorola Moto G60's latest leak may confirm the phone's RAM and SoC specs ahead of its launch
Update: Motorola has just confirmed the existence of the G60 and G40 Fusion, and that they will both debut in India via Flipkart on April 20, 2021. Their teasers confirm that the phones look as they do in previously leaked renders, and that the G60 will indeed have triple rear cameras with a 108MP primary sensor included. Its 6.8-inch display is also now rated for a 120Hz refresh rate, although it is possible it might be LCD rather than AMOLED.
The G40 Fusion will indeed more or less match up to its prior rumors (as below), with the same display specs. Motorola is keeping their prices in suspense until their launch, however.
Original Article:Motorola has launched the Moto G10, G30, G50 and G100 thus far, leading to speculation that there is also a G20, G40 and G60 on the way in 2021. The latter is thought to be the second most premium of these, thanks not merely to its predicted name, but to rumors that it will launch with a 108MP main sensor.
Otherwise, it may remain a profoundly mid-tier phone, with the Snapdragon 732G SoC also seen in the POCO X3 and 6GB of RAM. The latest "Moto G60" leak is the first one to unequivocally reiterate those details. It consists of Geekbench listings with this product name, as well as its rumored code-name (hanoip).
The results indicate that it runs on a Qualcomm platform that is indeed identical to that of units under the "Xiaomi POCO X3 NFC" name (which got the better scores of the two). The chipset is detected as having an 1.8GHz clockspeed, eight cores and the same ARM characteristics in both cases. Therefore, the G60 might indeed debut with the 732G.
Geekbench 5 has also recently tested a second device called the "motorola moto g(40) fusion". It is also a hanoip device with the same chipset, but with 4GB of RAM in this case. This new possible evidence gels with earlier claims that the G40 Fusion is indeed a G60 variant with this option.
It is also supposed to lack for the 108MP main shooter, as well as for NFC. However, it will have the same display, battery, Android 11 OS and 3.5mm jack as the G60. The Moto G40 Fusion is allegedly destined for the Indian market, although G60 availability is less clear-cut at present. Regardless of where it ships, it should emerge as a potential Realme 8 Pro rival - should all its leaks pan out, of course.