One month ago we got word that Motorola was working on the Moto G60S, not to be confused with the G60 which has been official since April. And today, the Moto G60S went live on the company’s Brazilian website, which marks its global debut.
The Moto G60S comes with a 6.8-inch FHD+ 120Hz screen, the MediaTek Helio G95 chipset (which has a 2.0 GHz octa-core CPU and Mali-G76MC4 GPU), 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of expandable storage. On the back there are four cameras: a 64 MP f/1.7 main shooter, an 8 MP f/2.2 ultrawide with 118-degree field-of-view, a 5 MP f/2.4 macro cam, and a 2 MP f/2.4 depth sensor. On the front there’s a 16 MP f/2.2 camera for selfies.
The phone has NFC, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and support for 50W wired charging, although Motorola weirdly doesn’t mention the battery capacity. The Moto G60S runs Android 11, measures 169.7 x 75.9 x 9.6 mm and weighs 212g.
If you’re in Brazil, you can already order one, in blue or green, for BRL 2,249.10 ($430 or €366 at the current exchange rates). There’s little point in directly comparing that amount in other currencies because of the particularities of the Brazilian smartphone market where devices are usually more expensive than elsewhere. For now there’s no word on Motorola’s intentions regarding releasing this phone in other countries, but we’ll let you know if it makes it to more territories.
The Moto G60S is similar to the G60, with the same screen, RAM amount, and storage, but a different SoC and lower-res main and selfie cams (the G60 has the Snapdragon 732G at the helm, a 108 MP main shooter, and a 32 MP selfie snapper, for reference). The G60S charges faster too, and has the extra macro camera on the back.