Moto G40 Fusion & Moto G60 launching on April 20 in India

The phones will be sold via Flipkart

Well, it’s time for some new Motorola phones. On the 20th of April, Motorola will be launching two new phones under the “G” series in India named the Moto G40 Fusion and the Moto G60. While there are still a couple of days left for the launch, Motorola has revealed a lot of specs of these two on its social media profiles. Moreover, the Flipkart page has also revealed that these two phones are going to be Flipkart Exclusive in India.

Design-wise, these are similar-looking phones with a triple camera setup on the back alongside the fingerprint scanner and a display with a centered hole-punch cutout on the front. The volume rockers, power button, and Google Assistant button are all present on the right side.  The official images suggest that there is a glossy plastic back panel.

Looking at the camera modules closely, you can notice the major difference between the two phones. While the Moto G40 Fusion has 64 Megapixel primary camera, Moto G60 gets a huge 108 Megapixel primary sensor.

Apart from the 108 Megapixel sensor, the rest of the rear cameras are the same on both phones. So there is a secondary 8 Megapixel ultrawide camera that can shoot macro photos as well and a third Depth sensor. Moto G60 has 32 Megapixel selfie shooter, but the same cannot be said for the G40 Fusion as it may or may not have the same sensor.

Apart from the cameras, both the phones have a 6.8-inch LCD with a 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10 support. Also, both the phones are powered by the Snapdragon 732G SOC, so it seems like the only thing that is different on these two phones is the primary rear camera.

The rest of the specs are not yet known but with just a couple of days left for the launch, we don’t have to wait for long. Let us see how Motorola prices these two phones considering the tough competition from the Redmi Note 10 series and the Realme 8 series in India.

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