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A smartphone with a 108-megapixel camera under Rs. 20,000 might have seemed unlikely, but it looks like anything is possible in 2021. There are now three smartphones in the market that sport 108-megapixel primary cameras while being priced under Rs. 20,000. The latest and the most affordable one is the Moto G60 which is priced rather aggressively at Rs. 17,999. Has Motorola done a good job with this phone or are there some compromises waiting to be discovered? I put the Moto G60 to the test to find out.

Last updated on 14/09/2021 10:11 PM


The Moto G60 s the first Motorola smartphone with a 108-megapixel camera and is priced quite aggressively. The Moto G60 is a big and bulky phone measuring 9.8mm in thickness and has a weight of 225g. This makes single-handed use a little tough. It has a big 6.8-inch LCD display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It has a hole punch at the top that houses the 32-megapixel selfie camera.


Moto G60 is powered by the tried and tested Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G processor and delivers good performance. It has only one variant in India offering 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Storage is further expandable using the hybrid SIM slot. The Moto G60 houses a 6,000mAh battery which makes it bulky. The battery offers a day and a half worth of battery life but charging time is long as the phone only gets a 20W charger in the box.


The Moto G60 has a triple camera setup at the back but does the job of four cameras. It has a 108-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle camera that also clicks macros, and a depth sensor. Photos clicked from the Moto G60 were average and not as sharp as some of the other competition in daylight. The ultra-wide angle photos are upscaled to 12-megapixels and had some distortion.


Lowlight photos were also average as the phone failed to get the colour tone right. Night mode does not return a brighter image but fixes the colour tone issue. Motorola ships the Moto G60 with Android 11 with only the Facebook app pre-installed. This is a big plus considering most of the completion has spammy bloatware preinstalled🏆.

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Specification: Moto g60

Main Specs

Platform and Processor
Primary Clock Speed (GHz)

Processor Core

Memory and Storage
Internal Storage (GB)

Camera Features
Resolution Rear Camera

2460 x 1080 Pixels


Rear – LED Flash

Video Recording

Battery Capacity (mAh)


Resolution Type

Network, WIFI and Communication Connectivity
SIM Size



Wi-Fi Hotspot



USB Connectivity

FM Radio


Other Features

accelerometer, Ambient Light Sensor, Fingerprint Sensor, Proximity sensor

SAR Value


Operating System

Android 11


In The Box

Handset, Charger, USB Cable, SIM Tool, Protective Cover, User Guides

Model Number


Model Name


Browse Type

SIM Type

Hybrid Sim Slot

OTG Compatible

Sound Enhancements

Bottom-Ported Loudspeaker, 2 Microphone

Display Size

17.22 cm (6.78 inch)

Display Type

Full HD+ IPS LCD Display

Other Display Features

120Hz Refresh Rate, 20.5:9 Display Aspect Ratio, Active Area-Touch Panel (AA-TP): 84.69%, Anti Fingerprint Coating, Water Repellent Design, HDR10

Processor Type

Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G

Primary Camera Available

Secondary Clock Speed (GHz)

Operating Frequency

2G GSM: B2/B3/B5/B8, 3G WCDMA: B1/B2/B4/B5/B8/B19, 4G LTE: B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B7/B8/B18/B19/B20/B26/B28/B38/B40/B41

Supported Memory Card Type

Memory Card Slot Type

Primary Camera Features

Triple Rear Camera Setup: 108 MP Main (Quad Pixel Technology) + 8 MP Ultra-wide Angle and Macro Vision Camera (f/2.2 Aperture, 1.0ÎĽm Pixels Size, FOV 117 Degree) + 2 MP Depth Camera, Rear Camera Features: Shot Optimization, Auto Smile Capture, Gesture Selfie, Smart Composition, HDR, Timer, Active Photos, Pro Mode, Portrait Mode, Cutout, Macro, Spot Color, Cinemagraph, Panorama, Live Filter, High-Res Zoom, RAW Photo Output, Best Shot, Google Lens Integration, Rear Camera Video Features: Macro Video, Slow Motion Video, Timelapse Video, Hyperlapse Video, Spot Color

Primary Camera

Secondary Camera Available

Secondary Camera

Secondary Camera Features

32 MP Front Camera, Features: HDR, Timer, Face Beauty, Auto Smile Capture, Gesture Selfie, Shot Optimization, Active Photos, Pro Mode, Portrait Mode, Spot Color, Cinemagraph, Group Selfie, Live Filter, Front Camera Video Features: Timelapse Video, Hyperlapse Video

HD Recording

Full HD Recording

Video Recording Resolution

Rear Main Camera: UHD (at 120/30 fps), Full HD (at 240/60/30 fps), HD (at 360 fps), Rear Ultra-wide Angle/Macro Camera: Full HD (at 30 fps), Front Camera: UHD (at 30 fps), Full HD (at 240/60/30 fps), HD (at 360 fps)

Dual Camera Lens

Hands Free

Network Type

4G, 3G, 2G

Supported Networks

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Internet Connectivity

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Pre-installed Browser

Bluetooth Support

Bluetooth Version

Wi-Fi Version

802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4GHz, 5GHz)


Audio Jack (mm)

Map Support

GPS Support

Other Features

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Graphics PPI (PPI)

Upgradable Operating System

Assured Upgrade to Android 12 and 2 Years Security Update



GPS Type

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Width (mm)

Height (mm)


Depth (mm)


Weight (g)


Warranty Summary

1 Year on Handset and 6 Months on Accessories

Domestic Warranty (Year)


World News

Latest News

Motorola Moto G60 review: Hastily built Redmi Note 10 Pro Max rival - BGR India
07/05/2021 - BGR India

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  1. kanupriya chauhan

    Whether you’re spending Rs 8,000 or Rs 80,000 on a phone, it must feel good and play its part as your smart pocket assistant. The Moto G60 struggles to try to to that, despite having a bragworthy specifications sheet. The stock Android experience may be a welcome change from the messed-up custom Android ROMs on its rivals and therefore the superb battery life may be a bonus. I also can vouch for your liking of the Moto G60’s LCD display.
    Sadly, the remainder of the package can’t match up to the brilliance that’s the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max, and therefore the impressive-in-comparison Realme 8 Pro. The 108-megapixel camera can’t match the Redmi’s performance at the instant . the colourful AMOLED displays on both Redmi and Realme phones appear livelier, with the Redmi also offering 120Hz refresh rate.
    Most importantly, the Redmi and Realme alternatives have glamourous designs and are built to impress; Motorola achieved a shortcut with this one. Motorola also must get obviate the umpteen bugs that plague this Moto G60. It feels unfinished immediately .
    The Moto G60 then seems like a hastily built answer to the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max and Realme 8 Pro. but the stock Android experience and therefore the dependable battery life, the Moto G60 is tough to recommend over its rivals.
    Moto G60 is Motorola’s newest affordable mid-ranger in India priced at â‚ą17,999. For that ticket, you’re getting a 108MP camera, a 120Hz punch-hole display, Snapdragon 732G chipset, an enormous 6000mAh battery, and in fact , stock-ish Android 11 software. On paper, that’s a generous assortment of specs.
    The Moto G60 is a component of Motorola’s plan to carve a slice out of the market share that Xiaomi, Realme and Samsung enjoy during this segment. It costs Rs 17,999 and has just one storage variant a bold move during a competitive market. it’s a spec sheet which will make a Redmi Note 10 Pro Max buyer question his/her choice, especially once you pay Rs 2,000 lesser for this Moto.
    High refresh rate displays are all the hype lately and Motorola has given its best on the G60. The 6.8-inch display uses IPS LCD technology and refreshe at 120Hz, which is onpar with the simplest in its class. The LCD display isn’t as vibrant and bright as AMOLED counterparts on the Redmi and Realme phones but it’s pleasant enough to stay display nerds happy. Stock Android looks good on this display.
    I used the Moto G60 with two Jio SIM cards and that i found strong network reception. There’s dual-band Wi-Fi on this one to assist with faster speeds. Call quality, generally , is sweet but I found the earpiece sounding slightly muffled.
    There’s tons of emphasis on the 108-megapixel camera of the Moto G60 but it leaves a lot to be desired. Compared to the 108-megapixel cameras on the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max and Mi 10i, the Moto G60’s output looks dull and lacks details. In daylight, the camera tends to travel closer to natural colour tones

    + PROS: best in class camera stock android efficient 732g long 6000 mah battery 120hz refresh rate
    - CONS: lcd pannel bulky design slow charger
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