Moto G60s review: the good and the bad of the phone with quad rear camera

In recent years, Motorola has given special importance to its family of Moto G phones. For this reason, the company has launched the Moto G60s, a mid-range device that is available in Peru and that stands out for its great autonomy, performance and quad rear camera.
This Motorola device works with a MediaTek Helio G95 processor and has other features that make it an interesting mid-range. We have been able to test this smartphone for a few weeks, and here we explain the good and the bad of this phone.

Design of the Moto G60s

Its construction is in plastic on the back cover and also on the frames, so we will have a good resistance. Its screen is 6.8 inches with fairly small frames on the sides and a slightly thicker lower frame, but, because it has rounded corners, the front is very well used. Also, in the upper central part there is a hole that houses the selfie camera.
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In the back we also have four cameras arranged in a vertical format and the LED flash. Near this module is the company logo, which also works as a fingerprint detector.
At the top we have a microphone and the headphone jack, which always. In the lower part we have another microphone, the USB type C port and the only speaker, so unfortunately we do not have stereo sound.
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Moto G60s screen

In this device we find a 6.8-inch IPS screen, FULL HD plus (2,460 x 1,080 px resolution) and a refresh rate of 120 Hz, without a doubt one of the highlights of this mid-range.
The Moto G60s screen also supports HDR10 content playback. Regarding brightness, it has 562 nits in automatic mode and behaves very well in the sun, although the viewing angles are not very good.
Also, in the configuration of the Moto G60s we can make screen adjustments. In this sense, we can choose the brightness level, activate the dark mode to conserve the battery for longer or the night light option that gives your screen an amber tone. Plus, we have adaptive brightness that will automatically adjust based on the environment.
If you want, you can choose the screen timeout -between 15 and 30 minutes-, activate the automatic rotation of the screen, choose between natural and saturated colors, the font and screen size.
Another important feature of the Moto G60s screen is the refresh rate. Here we can choose the 60 Hz option, which is less fluid but ideal for longer battery life; the 120 Hz option, which is much more fluid; or automatic mode.
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Moto G60s Performance

This device is powered by a MediaTek Helio G95 processor which provides very efficient performance. You can smoothly run Android 11, enter and exit applications. He never felt heavy or stuck and delivered on every section.
Also, we tested the performance of the mobile in a heavy game like Call of Duty Mobile. There were no lag or latency issues, although we recommend not maxing out the title's graphics for a good experience.
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Moto G60s Biometrics

Regarding biometrics, in the Moto G60s we have the fingerprint reader and facial recognition. The reader is located at the rear and is fast and accurate. Face unlock also works very well.

Autonomy of the Moto G60

Another highlight of this device is its huge 5,000 mAh battery, which shines even more thanks to a fast charge that supports up to 50 watts. The charger comes in the box and has two ports: USB type C and USB type A. The first allows you to use 50 W, while the second only reaches 20 W.
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The Moto G60s also has an optimized charging option. The device recognizes your charging patterns and predicts how long it will be connected.
This smartphone has four cameras on the back: a 64 MP main sensor, an 8 MP wide-angle lens, a 5 MP macro camera and a 2 MP depth lens. On the front we have a 16 MP sensor.
As for the behavior of the rear camera of the Moto G60s, it performs very well in situations with favorable lighting (during the day), although the dynamic range and the level of detail can be improved.
In this sense, the images taken by the main camera of the Moto G60s are clear, they handle a good level of contrast. As for the color, it could be considered that it is not as sharp as live and direct, but on a general level the result is correct.
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We can also capture close-ups in Macro mode with an f/2.4 aperture lens. The result is respectable, with just the right level of detail and sharpness. The front camera, for its part, achieves quite acceptable selfies during the day.

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