Moto G60

Motorola Moto g60 launched in the Benelux region. moto g60 uses the latest Ultra Pixel technology, features a battery that lasts up to 54 hours, and renders your graphics incredibly fast thanks to the Snapdragon™ 732G.

The moto g60’s 108MP camera system is paired with the new Ultra Pixel technology introduced earlier this year in the new edge 20 family. Pixel binning combines 9 pixels into one large pixel of 2.1 µm to increase 9x light sensitivity for better images even in the toughest lighting conditions. Moreover, the moto g60 also features a 118° wide-angle lens, a Macro-Vision lens, and the popular dual capture mode where you can shoot simultaneously with the selfie camera and the rear camera so that you can view both sides of your story.

Up to 54 hours of non-stop fun

Do you often suffer from a dead battery? Then the Moto g60 ensures that you will never have to worry again. Thanks to the 6000mAh battery, you can last up to 54 hours non-stop on a single charge. And thanks to TurboPower™ 20, you can recharge your smartphone for 20 hours in just a few minutes.

Snapdragon™ 732G renders graphics incredibly fast and powers the high-resolution camera system, so games look more realistic and images are sharper than ever. Coupled with 6GB of RAM, you can switch between apps in a jiffy. All this speed is combined with remarkable energy efficiency, so the battery doesn’t drain between charges.

My User Experience

The moto g60 phone features a pure version of Android OS. Instead of copying Google’s innovations, Motorola chose to build on the innovations using a variety of tools in the Moto app called My UX. With My UX, Motorola has added many useful features that allow you to customize your moto g60 to work the way you want. Control your smartphone with simple gestures, adjust your entertainment settings, and create a unique look. My UX has been completely streamlined with Android so that users can experience Android 11 to the fullest without uncomplicated software interfaces or duplicate apps.

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