Design and screen
The Moto G60 measures 169.6 x 75.9 x 9.8 mm and weighs 225g. These dimensions are slightly larger than the Moto G100 – 168.4 x 74 x 9.7mm, 207g.
There are many people out there who complain about the difficulty of holding the Moto G100 comfortably in one hand, so maybe the same fate will be encountered if you are planning to buy this cellphone, but actually this is not a problem if you are a connoisseur of smartphones with large screens.
Along with the power button and USB-C charging port, you'll see a 3.5mm audio jack on the top, a fingerprint sensor on the back, and a dedicated Google Assistant button on the right. This cellphone is made of plastic and also does not have any certification.
Moto G60 screen matches the specs leak that we found out last month. This HP screen has a 6.8-inch IPS LCD panel with a refresh rate of 120Hz, HDR10, and has FullHD+ resolution of 1080 x 2460 and 396 ppi.
You won't get the range of colors and contrast that you would get with an AMOLED screen, but the high refresh rate will help you handle fast-moving games and apps really well.
Many other Moto GX0 phones only have refresh rates at 90Hz and 720p, making the Moto G60 a significant visual upgrade.
Meanwhile, the Moto G40 Fusion, has almost the same size, screen resolution, weight, and features as the Moto G60. However, the Moto G40 Fusion comes with a slimmer body, which is 0.1mm thinner than the Moto G60.
Camera and battery
The Moto G60 has a triple-lens rear camera with a 108MP main sensor, an 8MP 118-degree ultra-wide sensor, which doubles as an 8MP macro camera with 4X zoom, a depth sensor, and a 32MP selfie camera.
For video matters, you can record in 4K resolution up to 120fps or 1080p up to 240fps.