In terms of benchmark performance, the listed Moto G60 has received a single-core score of 515 and a multi-core score of 1,375. The Moto G40 Fusion has got a 519 single-core score and 1,425 multi-core score. These are notably early performance results that could have been obtained from the prototypes of the Moto G60 and Moto G40 Fusion. We will have to wait for the official debut of both Motorola phones to know their accurate benchmark performance results.
Although the purported Geekbench listings of the Moto G60 and the Moto G40 Fusion do not provide any clear details about their chipsets, tech blog Nashville Chatter reports that the phones could have Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G SoCs.
The Moto G40 Fusion is rumoured to come as a rebranded Moto G60 in markets including India. However, the Moto G40 Fusion is rumoured to have an inferior, 64-megapixel primary camera sensor, whereas the Moto G60 could come with a 108-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor. The Motorola India account on Twitter also recently teased that new Motorola G-series phones will be launching in the country soon.
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