Back in April Motorola released the Moto G60, and now it seems like the company is already busy working on a slightly improved version of that phone.
According to a new leak, the Moto G60S is due to launch in the near future, for a price of around €300-320 in Europe. That's higher than what the G60 was priced at, which is another sign that the S model would bring some improvements compared to the vanilla model.Moto G60
Another confirmation is the fact that the source of this leak mentions that the G60S will ship with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. That's 2GB extra RAM compared to the G60. The G60S is also said to become available only in blue. It's codenamed Lisbon and unfortunately we don't have any more details about it right now.
It's probably safe to assume that the G60 will be the model the G60S is heavily based on. Hopefully more leaks and rumors will give us a fuller picture soon.
So it turns out that the G60S is actually much worse than the G60 spec wise and at a much higher price point.
If the recent line of Motorola phones are anything to go by, then I'm assuming the G60S will be barely any different to the G60 all except a few meaningless trimmings like an extra 2GB RAM. The biggest difference will no doubt be the price. G60 ...
Moto G60S, seriously? That is Moto betting on a dead horse. The 108 MP high resolution camera in the Moto G60 is all gimmick. The resolution is poor, AF hunts a lot in the photo mode, The macro is a hit or miss due to unreliable AF and the quality is...