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Moto G60: a cell phone with a 108MP camera and 120Hz display arriving in Brazil |  Practical video

Moto G60: a cell phone with a 108MP camera and 120Hz display arriving in Brazil | Practical video

To Motorola Recently launched Moto G60 in India, Which is now officially arriving in Brazil to expand the company’s most popular mobile family among Brazilians. The novelty comes betting on a 120Hz display, a 108MP camera, and an ample battery, all without exaggerating the launch price.

a Moto G60 He has a proposal to be a middleman located above G30 And under G100. While the former is a simpler medium, the second has a superior footprint. The idea of ​​the Moto G60 is to provide the basic experience at good value for money.


The Moto G60 has a plastic body with a glossy finish in two color options: in addition to gray with a green camera block, there is also a champagne option for fans of gold phones.

Its design differs from the G30 which comes with a drop notch and the G100 which bet on two holes in the left corner for the selfie cameras. The G60 has only one center hole for better frontal area utilization.

The biometric reader is agile and is located on the back, there is a Google Assistant button on the side, a headphone jack on the top and a hybrid tray on the left side, allowing you to expand your storage space by forgoing the use of the second slide player.

The Moto G60 comes with NFC, Wi-Fi AC and an expanded range FM radio. And like other launches in the line, it also has splash resistance.


The Moto G60 offers a 108MP camera system with Ultra Pixel technology, which combines nine pixels into a 2.1μm ultra-high resolution unit, giving users nine times greater sensitivity to light to get ultra-high-resolution, clear and bright images, even in the toughest conditions. Lighting conditions.

In addition to the ultra-high-resolution 108-megapixel sensor, the user can unleash his creativity with the ultra-wide 118-degree lens, which fits four times the scene in the frame, allowing you to capture exactly what the eye sees, or with the macro lens, which leaves the object closer in four Times than a normal sensor, revealing even the smallest details.

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With the depth sensor, the user can also convert everyday photos into professional effects photos. Take advantage of new camera features, such as Dual Capture Mode, which allows you to record with the rear camera and the selfie camera simultaneously, so that both sides of the story can be viewed at the same time.

On the front we have a 32MP camera that has a sensor even higher than the Moto G100, and the best part is that it comes with a hidden flash on the top edge to help you get clear selfies anywhere.

For a camcorder, it is possible to record in 4K at 30 fps with back and front or Full HD at 60 fps. There is stabilization in the back with full precision, but up front, you have to be restrained with the slightest precision if you want to eliminate vibration.

Electronic hardware software

The Moto G60 comes with Snapdragon 732G processor, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. It’s a good configuration for the middleman and we have already seen competitors at this level with similar specifications, as is the case with Xiaomi’s Mi 11 Lite. This device is sufficient to guarantee 120fps animation playback to take advantage of a 120Hz panel.

Motorola has also taken care of the battery and we have at least 6000 mAh in the Moto G60. According to the manufacturer, this is enough to achieve autonomy of 54 hours. In addition, the device comes with a 20W TurboPower charger to charge the battery in a short time.

Of course, TudoCelular will test performance with popular apps and games, as well as run our regular battery test to see if the G60 offers really great autonomy.

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What we can say now is that the 120 Hz screen has three modes (Auto, 60 or 120 Hz) and it has much brighter brightness than the G30. The high contrast makes the colors vibrate and the good viewing angle ensures a good picture in any position. You can choose from three color calibration profiles that are more saturated or closer to reality.

The disappointing part of the multimedia experience is the lack of stereo sound. The G100 doesn’t even come with dual audio output, so it’s not surprising that you see the G60 in mono as well. The sound is at least loud and it guarantees that you will hear what you are watching even in the loudest places.

Technical Specifications

  • 6.8-inch IPS LCD screen with FHD + resolution
  • Display with lumen and refresh rate of 120 Hz
  • Snapdragon 732G processor
  • GPU Adreno 618
  • 6 GB of RAM
  • 128 GB of internal storage
  • MicroSD expandable memory
  • Front camera accurately 32 megapixels
  • Three rear cameras:
    • 108 megapixels main sensor
    • 8 megapixel wide angle and macro sensor
    • 2 MP depth sensor
  • USB-C port, P2 port, NFC, Bluetooth 5.0, Google Assistant button
  • 6000 mAh battery with 20W fast charging
  • Android 11 rodando sob a interface My UX

The Moto G60 comes with Android 11, which is the latest version of Android available, and provides more intuitive, secure, and customized software, with better chat management in messaging apps, improved control over connected devices and a more hands-on approach to data privacy.

Android 11 brings new and improved accessibility features to the new version of Motorola, including faster and easier voice access and shortcuts supported by processors. Motorola continues its commitment to providing consumers with a pure version of the Android operating system, while looking for ways to simplify smartphone interactions and make technology easier to use.

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With My UX, many useful features have been added, which allow you to customize the device to work the way you want it to. Thus, it is possible to control the smartphone with simple gestures, customize entertainment settings, and create a completely unique look.

Conceptual stores

Besides making the Moto G60 debut in Brazil, we have a great new feature from Motorola: opening two Concept storesOne at Shopping Aricanduva (SP) and one at Norte Shopping (RJ). Spaces are betting on a lot of technology to expand consumers’ experience with the brand’s products. It is a pilot project born in Brazil and to be launched in other markets.

There is room to try the Ready For platform found on the Moto G100 and Edge Plus. With it, you can turn any screen with an HDMI port into a PC for entertainment, games or work. The São Paulo unit still has Lenovo space where consumers can test many products from the Legion line, which include accessories, peripherals, and laptops aimed at the gaming audience.

The two units will provide all the services already available on the company’s digital channels: smart phone insurance, exchange of used devices for new ones, electronic waste collection, charging station, in addition to personalization (covers with pictures and application of films for all manufacturers) cell phone).

Price and availability

Moto G60 sales start April 29 with 2,699 BRL In the Motorola store. It’s a good launch price if you take into account the 108MP camera. The Moto G100 has a simpler camera and costs R $ 4,000, but has extras that justify the more salient price.

Motorola Moto G60


Motorola Moto G60 is not yet available in Brazilian stores. To be notified on arrival.