Motorola is bringing several Moto G models to parts of Europe. The Facebook accounts for Moto in Czechia, Serbia and Slovakia posted teasers that set the time and date for September 20 (Monday) at 10:00 am.
This probably doesn’t mean all new models, just ones that are new to said countries. Looking at Motorola Serbian site, we see the Moto G60 featured prominently on the home page. The G10, G30 and G100 were already available. The G60 page has a ‘buy now’ button, but that doesn’t do anything at the moment. The other three are already available.
We move our attention to the Czech site where the G60 and its sibling, the Moto G60S, are marked as “new”. The G60 page on Motorola.com says “out of stock”, but the G60S page did let us add the phone to the basket. It is priced at CZK 7,000 (€275), by the way.
The G60 was announced in India this April, the G60S went live in August in Brazil. In case you’re wondering about the difference, the G60S is the more affordable model with a Helio G95 (instead of Snapdragon 732G) and 64 MP main camera (instead of 108 MP), though its smaller battery charges faster (5,000 mAh at 50W vs. 6,000 mAh at 20W).
Anyway, Czechs and Slovaks already have access to the Moto G10, G20, G30, G50 and G100 (as well as a couple of Moto G 5G models) and they will have a couple of more options soon.
Thanks to CrazyTechie for sending this in!
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