The big difference comes in the cameras where the G60 is outfitted with Samsung’s HM2 108MP sensor while the G40 Fusion gets a more pedestrian 64MP shooter. The accompanying 8MP ultrawide and 2MP depth sensors are identical. The selfie shooters also vary – the G60 comes with a 32MP module while the G40 Fusion settles for a 16MP unit.
Both new Moto G phones feature 6.8-inch IPS LCDs with FHD+ resolution and centered punch holes. Both panels are also HDR10-certified. The software front is covered by Android 11 with Motorola’s My UX on top.
The G40 Fusion comes with 4/6GB RAM and 64/128GB storage while the G60 is only available in a single 6/128GB model. There’s a microSD slot for easy storage expansion on both as well as a P2i water repellent coating and headphone jack.
The Moto G60 and G40 Fusion will go on sale starting April 27 and May 1 at 12 noon. The G60 will retail for INR 17,999 ($240) while the G40 Fusion starts at INR 13,999 ($186). ICICI bank card owners get flat discounts of INR 1,000 on the G40 Fusion and INR 1,500 on the G60.