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    Introducing the Moto G60S - Motorola's new mid-range oven for the Brazilian market
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    In late April 2021, Motorola unveiled an intermediary called the Moto G60 for the Indian market. About a month ago, there were rumors that Motorola was working on a new version of the phone. Finally, on Wednesday, August 11, 2021, Motorola unveiled its new midrange called the Motorola G60S. The Moto G60S is similar to the Moto G60 in many ways (display, RAM, internal storage, and battery capacity), but the Moto G60S uses a different chipset, and the main and selfie cameras are less sharp. The Moto G60S is currently available in Brazil, but its entry into other markets in the future will not be unexpected.

     Introducing the Moto G60S - Motorola's new mid-range oven for the Brazilian market

    The Moto G60S is very similar in design to the Moto G60 and is produced in almost the same size as before. Just like the G60, here we have a display that has a few margins on the sides and top, but a relatively large margin on the bottom (the so-called chin of the phone). On the back of the phone is the famous Motorola logo and camera module, which this time has 4 lenses instead of 3 cameras. The Moto G60S measures 9.6 x 75.9 x 169.7 mm and weighs a bit heavy at 212 grams.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Moto G60S - Motorola's new mid-range oven for the Brazilian market

    The 6.8-inch Moto G60S - which the manufacturer calls Max Vision - has FHD + resolution. Due to the lack of OLED display, the fingerprint sensor should be searched elsewhere. The center hole at the top of the screen is also where the camera is located. This display covers 82% of the NTSC color spectrum. The standard brightness of the display is 450 nits, but according to the manufacturer, in the sun, the brightness automatically increases to a maximum of 562 nits. The display upgrade rate is also announced at 120 Hz, which Motorola attributes to the updated version of the Helio G95 chipset (with the new MT6382 chip).

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Moto G60S - Motorola's new mid-range oven for the Brazilian market

    Unlike The Moto G60, which was built using the 8nm Snapdragon 732G chipset, Motorola has decided to use MediaTek's 12nm Helio G95 chip in the Moto G60S. The chip consists of 2 2.05 GHz Cortex-A76 cores and 6 2 GHz Cortex-A55 cores, and its graphics processing unit is Mali-G76 MC4. According to MediaTek, the chip's CPU score in the Antutu benchmark is up to 5% and its GPU score in the Manhattan benchmark is 3.0 to 8% higher than the previous model. The Moto G60S comes in a single configuration with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, which can be expanded to another 1TB using the Micro Asudi.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Moto G60S - Motorola's new mid-range oven for the Brazilian market

    Unfortunately The manufacturer has not provided complete information about the features of the camera set and has mainly mentioned the specifications. There are 4 cameras on the back module of the device; Unlike the 108-megapixel camera on the Moto G60, the resolution of the main camera on the Moto G60S has been reduced to 64 megapixels, and its aperture is f/1.7. Up to 8x digital zoom is one of the capabilities of this camera. The next member is an 8-megapixel Ultraviolet camera (with f/2.2 aperture and 118 field of view).

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Moto G60S - Motorola's new mid-range oven for the Brazilian market

    A 2-megapixel (f/2.4) depth camera also comes in handy. But Motorola has increased the number of cameras on the back of the device to four by adding a 5-megapixel (f/2.4) macro camera - just below the LED flash - to make up for the loss of the main camera. But we have to admit that the optics set in the Moto G60S is lower than the original model, because the 32-megapixel front-facing camera of the Moto G60 has been replaced by a 16-megapixel (f/2.2) camera.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Moto G60S - Motorola's new mid-range oven for the Brazilian market

    Capacity The battery in the Moto G60S is the same as 6,000 mAh, but fortunately the battery charging standard has been upgraded from 20 to 50 watts. According to the manufacturer, the 50-watt charger that comes with this phone is the most powerful TurboPower charger, and by charging the battery for 12 minutes with this charger, you can work with the phone for up to 12 hours (normally). Not to mention, the fingerprint sensor is embedded on the Motorola logo on the back of the device, and apparently Android 11 running on this phone is almost the same as pure Google Android.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Moto G60S - Motorola's new mid-range oven for the Brazilian market

    Moto The G60S is a dual-SIM (nano-type) phone that lacks fifth-generation technology due to chip limitations and uses 4G connectivity. Of course, the presence of NFC in a phone with specifications like this can be considered one of the strengths of the Moto G60S. 2-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, USB-C port, headphone jack and support for GLONASS, GPS and Galileo routers are other communication options of this phone.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Moto G60S - Motorola's new mid-range oven for the Brazilian market

    The Motorola Moto G60S will be available in blue and green. The product has been launched in Brazil and customers can order it at a price of 2,249.10 Brazilian Real, which at the current exchange rate is approximately equal to 366 euros or 430 US dollars. Given that the price of a smartphone in the Brazilian market is usually higher than other markets in the world, the direct conversion of the Moto G60S price from the Brazilian Real to other currencies may not help much in understanding the price of this phone in other markets (if it goes to other markets). Slowly).





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