Motorola is on a series of smartphone launches right now and they have recently launched the Moto G60S smartphone in Brazil. The phone has been launched at a price tag of BRL 2,249 for the 6GB RAM variant and comes in two color options of blue and green. The phone is powered using the Mediatek G95 chipset and comes with 128GB of onboard memory. It also comes with a 6.82-inch large screen which is a Max Vision FHD+ LCD panel and also supports a 120Hz refresh rate.
The display is very responsive however, at this price range, an OLED or AMOLED screen would have been a better option. The phone packs a big battery of 6,000 mAh and also supports TurboPower 50W fast charging. The rear has a quad-camera setup which includes a primary sensor of 64MP and a 16MP selfie camera on the front. The phone is not a 5G enabled phone, so you will only see 4G connectivity, which also might be a downfall in terms of features.
Most of the smartphones in this range are now using a 5G chipset rather than 4G. The phone comes with a headphone jack and USB-C port as well. There is no word from Motorola on the global availability of the smartphone, however, the lack of few features might now make it very competitive in the global market. The phone is now available for orders in Brazil and would have to compete with a lot better phones in the price range it has been offered in.