Two new Motorola phones have appeared on Geekbench. These are the G40 Fusion and G60, which are both upper midrange phones.
The above is a render to what the Motorola G60 might look like. The render came from TeknikNews. According to this render, the Motorola G60 has a punch hole in the middle, a triple camera system, USB-C as well as headphone jack located on top. Another thing to notice is the back fingerprint scanner with Motorola’s logo splatted onto it.
In addition to the rumours, Motorola teased that a new G series phone is coming, possibly the G20, G40 Fusion and G60.
Above are the Geekbench listing for both phones. Both phones will come with the midrange Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G processor but the G60 will come with 6GB RAM vs G40 Fusion’s 4GB RAM.
To differentiate, the G60 will come with a 108MP Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor, while the G40 Fusion will come with a 64mp primary shooter.
Early rumors said that both will come with a large 6000mAh battery, HDR10 support and 120Hz refresh rate. The fast charging tech was not mentioned though. The G60 might be rebranded in certain markets like India and Brazil as the G40 Fusion where it would come with a 64mp primary and a 16mp front, similar to the international version of the G40 Fusion, albeit in the body of the G60.
In related news, there was also a leak of the G20, a budget phone from Motorola with quad cameras.