Rumor | The Motorola Moto G60 will have a 108MP main camera, a 120Hz display and a 6,000mAh battery
An earlier leak claimed that Motorola plans to join the mid-range 108MP phone party in 2021. This report purported to introduce the device in the context of its code-name, Hanoip. However, a follow-up to this rumor, published by XDA contributors Adam Conway and Mishaal Rahman, claims that it has now acquired a product name, not to mention some other potentially compelling specs.
Accordingly, Motorola's "budget 108MP phone" is now slated to join the Moto G series on its launch. The putative G10 and G30 sibling apparently offers a 6.78-inch display in addition to its high-end main rear camera sensor. This panel may also have a 120Hz refresh rate; however, as Rahman and Conway still cannot say whether it is AMOLED or not, this attribute may only mean so much in the alleged complete G60.
In either case, this screen may be driven by a Snapdragon 732 SoC and sustained by an impressive 6,000mAh battery. The new leak also reiterates that the G60's model numbers are XT2135-1 and XT2135-2; however, according to its latest leak, there is a third variant: XT2147-1, which apparently swaps the headline 108MP sensor with a 64MP one instead.
This potential base model is also projected to ship with a 16MP front-facing shooter, rather than the 32MP module found in the higher-end variants. The "Motorola Moto G60" is now tipped to launch in Europe, Latin American and India later in 2021.