Motorola has launched the first phone in the world with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. This new processor endows a lot of performance and efficiency gains. Well, that’s not just what’s special here. This handset also happens to boast a 5000mAh battery, 68W fast charging, a 50MP triple camera setup, and a 60MP front camera. The company has also released a special edition of the phone with an under-display 60MP camera.[हिंदी में पढ़ें]
Here are the full deets.
Moto Edge X30 Specs
The regular edition of the Moto Edge X30 comes with a 6.7-inch Full-HD+ 10-bit AMOLED screen with a central punch-hole cutout, 144Hz refresh rate, a 576Hz touch sampling rate, and HDR10+ support.
Unlock the device and inside it is running on a nearly-stock Android 12 software. This is laid on top of Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC coupled with up to 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage. Inside, you also get a 5000mAh battery supported by 68W Turbocharging.
As for cameras, Edge X30 rocks a triple camera stack by the back comprising a 50MP main sensor, another 50MP ultrawide snapper, and a 2MP macro lens. The front shooter is a 60MP camera. As mentioned in the intro there is a special model of X30 that sports an in-display 60MP camera.
Anyways, the rest of the repertoire also consists of an in-display fingerprint reader, USB-C port, Dolby Surround sound, NFC, and 5G.
Moto Edge X30 Price and Availability
Motorola has unveiled this phone in its home market at the following prices:
- 8GB RAM+ 256GB Storage: CNY 3,399 (~₹40,300)
- 12GB RAM+ 256GB Storage: CNY 3,599 (~₹42,700)
- 12GB RAM+ 256GB Storage (under-screen camera variant) – CNY 3,999 (~₹47,400)
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Meanwhile, the company has also launched the Moto S30 with a Snapdragon 888+ chip, Android 11, LCD panel, 13MP triple rear cameras, and a 16MP front camera. It will retail at the following price tags:
- 8GB RAM+ 128GB Storage: CNY 1,999 (~₹23,700)
- 8GB RAM+ 256GB Storage: CNY 2,199 (~₹26,000)
- 12GB RAM+ 256GB Storage: CNY 2,399 (~₹28,450)
We are yet to know about the Indian availability of these phones.