Motorola has officially unveiled a new mid-ranger smartphone dubbed as the Moto G60s in the Brazilian market which boasts some decent upgrades over it’s Moto G60 counterpart that was announced back in April this year.
The Motorola Moto G60s brings along a 6.8” IPS LCD display which offers a FHD+ screen resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, as well as a 16 megapixels front-facing camera housed within it’s central hole-punch compartment.
Around the back of the phone, it features a rectangular camera island which is home to a quad-camera system comprising of a 64 megapixels main camera, 8 megapixels ultra-wide lens, 5 megapixels macro camera, as well as a 2 megapixels depth sensor.
Under the hood, the Motorola Moto G60s is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Helio G95 chipset which is coupled with 6GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage that can be further expanded via a microSD card.
The phone draws power from a respectable 5,000mAh battery which carries support 50W TurboPower fast-charging. Aside from that, other notable features that accompany the phone also include a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, 3.5mm headphone jack, as well as NFC support.
For those who’re interested, the Moto G60s is available in both Green and Blue, and is priced at just 2,499 BRL (US$482) for it’s sole 6GB+128GB variant.