Two new entry-level and mid-range handsets from Motorola, the new Moto G20, and Moto G60, have been leaked.
Motorola has launched more Moto G than in previous years. And it is seems like it is not going to stop. This has been proven today with the leak of two new phones, the Moto G20 and Moto G60, of which we have been able to see its design in addition to knowing some of its features.
If we look at the images of the two phones we see how the Moto G60 denotes a more expensive and higher-end phone. This is seen in the choice of the perforated screen instead of opting for the notch, as happens in the Moto G20.
The camera module of both is different but follows the same design line that we have seen in other manufacturers such as Samsung and OnePlus, with an almost rectangular element that collects the sensors.
Moto G20 and Moto G60 expected features
As for the specifications, it is known that the Moto G60 will have a triple rear camera, with the main sensor of 108MP, although we do not know the model. The second sensor would be a wide-angle of 8MP and the third a depth measurement sensor of 2MP. The front camera will be 32MP.
The European model of this phone is expected to have 6GB RAM and 128GB internal memory and will feature NFC. The fingerprint sensor will also be on the back, under the brand logo.
The Moto G20, despite being of a lower category, uses a quad-camera system, although we already know that having more cameras does not make a phone better. It also has a fingerprint sensor in the rear area and has a somewhat less polished design.
The internal memory would be 64GB and would have 4GB RAM and a 5000mAh battery.
At the moment there is no date of presentation or prices of these phones although it should not take long to go on stage officially.