For those still trying to keep score at home, that makes it 100 different G-series models unveiled just this year alone. And it’s only April. Okay, maybe the new Moto G60 and G40 Fusion are not literally the 99th and 100th members of their family made official thus far in 2021, but it sure feels like Motorola is fast approaching that number.
Sleek designs and super-smooth displays on an incredibly tight budget
That doesn’t make these ultra-affordable bad boys any less eye-catching, what with their centered hole punch, relatively thin screen bezels, “metallic colors”, and “stylish yet sturdy unibody designs.”
Massive battery capacity, blazing fast charging, and loads of megapixels
Impressively, the two budget-friendly newbies are also on par with the Moto G10 Power in terms of battery size, at a colossal 6,000mAh, eclipsing both the G100 and G Power (2021).
As far as differences between them go, the Moto G60 stands out from its near-identical twin with a 108MP primary rear-facing shooter and single 32MP selfie camera, compared to the main 64MP imaging sensor slapped on the back of the G40 Fusion and its humbler 16MP front-facing snapper.
The Moto G40 Fusion also packs a somewhat modest 4GB RAM count and 64GB internal storage space in its entry-level configuration, while the G60 is set to be made available in a single variant pairing 6 gigs of memory with 128 gigs of local digital hoarding room.
All the other specs and features are indeed identical, including a decent but certainly not extraordinary Snapdragon 732 processor, instantly forgettable secondary 8MP ultra-wide-angle and tertiary 2MP depth rear-facing cameras, conventional rear-mounted fingerprint scanners, and yes, Android 11 pre-installed on the software side of things.
The Moto G60 is scheduled to start selling in the world’s second most populous country on April 27, followed by the Moto G40 Fusion on May 1.