Motorola Moto G60 First Impressions 2021 India
Motorola Moto G60

Motorola Moto G60 First Impressions 2021 India

Motorola Moto G60 Price in India

Motorola launched the Motorola Moto G10 Power and Moto G30 sub-Rs earlier this year. 12,000 volumes. The company is looking to release more models in its popular G series, and the latest entrants are the Moto G40 Fusion and Motorola Moto G60. Moto G60 Phone All Rs. 20,000 volumes? I spent some time with it and here are my first impressions.

Price in India

Motorola launched only one configuration of Moto G60 in India. It has 6GB RAM and 128GB storage and is priced at Rs. 17,999. Instant Cashback Offer Also Rs. 1,500 for ICICI Bank card holders. Motorola offers the Moto G60 in two colors, Dynamic Gray and Frosted Champagne.

The Motorola Moto G60 is a large smartphone with a large 6.8-inch display. It has full-HD + resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and support for HDR10. Motorola has tried to reduce the bezel size and it has only a slightly thicker chin. There is a large hole in the top-center for the selfie camera.

Moto G60 has a big hole for 32 megapixel selfie camera

The frame and body of the Moto G60 are made of plastic. The phone is heavy, measuring 9.8 mm thick and tip scales at 225 grams. All buttons are on the right, which looks clutched. There is only sim tray on the left side. The power button is well placed and has a contour end, which makes it easy to detach from the volume button. The Motorola volume button is placed on top of them and it is very easy to access them. There is also a dedicated Google Assistant key, which is slightly slanted to help tell with others. I noticed that the position of this button was a bit high and I needed to extend my fingers to reach it.

Motorola offers the Moto G60 in two colors, Dynamic Gray and Frosted Champagne. I have a gray version. It has a shiny mirror-like finish at the back and takes fingerprints very lightly. I had to wipe the back, but you also get a transparent case in the box that you can use to overcome this problem. The Champagne version has a matte finish, which should be better at keeping smoothies away. Talking about fingerprints, the G60 has a scanner at the back, which has a matte finish. I found it in good condition and my finger rested naturally on it while holding the Moto G60.The dynamic gray color option of the Moto G60 features a contrasting turquoise camera module.  buy now

The Motorola rear panel is contrasted with the gray with the turquoise camera module. The camera module has three sensors and has a two-stage design, making the sensor more viscous. Motorola has chosen a 108-megapixel primary camera, which is not very common at this price. This camera captures photos at 12 megapixels by default, but you have the option to shoot at full resolution. Other sensors include an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle camera and a depth sensor. Motorola calls it a “quad-function” camera setup because the ultra-wide-angle camera can also shoot macro photos.

The Moto G60 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G processor. You have the option to expand storage using a microSD card or hybrid dual SIM tray that takes a second nano-SIM. The Moto G60 is packed in a 6,000 mAh battery, which can provide better battery life. The Moto Box comes with a 20W charger and the phone supports Quick Charge 4.0.

Triple camera setup on Moto G60

Motorola Moto G60 runs Android 11 up with my UX. The UI is very simple and easy to use. Facebook and some Google apps are preinstalled. If you do not want to use it, you can uninstall Facebook immediately. Motorola has integrated its ThinkShield security layer into the Moto G60 and I will discuss it in my full review. Moto actions are also available on this device that allow you to perform certain actions using physical gestures.

Connectivity options on the Moto G60 include Bluetooth 5, dual-band Wi-Fi, NFC and six satellite navigation systems.

I will test the Moto G60 to see how good the camera performance is and if you buy this phone for its performance. If you find the Moto G60 interesting, stay tuned to Gadgets 360 for a full review soon.

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