Several Chinese firms, including Xiaomi, Realme, OPPO, iQOO, and OnePlus, stated that they will release soon the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1-powered flagship after Qualcomm released it. However, Motorola has confirmed that they will release the Moto Edge X30 powered by Qualcomm’s newest processor, in China at 7:30 p.m. on December 9th.
Motorola might launch two flagship phones at the next event. The Moto Edge X30 is the first, and the Moto G200, which the company released in worldwide markets last month, is the second. In China, the Snapdragon 888 Plus SoC-powered G200 is expected to be known as the Moto Edge S30.
Motorola didn’t reveal the major specifications of the Edge X30 yet. Chen Jin, Lenovo China’s GM for the mobile division, recently announced that it boasts Gorilla Glass front and back panels, a new processor, and operates on the newest version of My UX 3.0.
Specifications of the Moto Edge X30 (expected):
- Display: A 6.67-inch FHD+ OLED display with a 144Hz refresh rate will be there in the Moto Edge X30.
- Camera: A 60-megapixel camera for selfies might be housed in the display punch-hole. A triple camera unit of 50 megapixels, 50 megapixels, and 2 megapixels will be on the rear panel.
- Fingerprint: It will include a punch-hole design and a secure fingerprint scanner built into the screen.
- Memory: The Edge X30’s TENAA listing reveals that it will be available in the domestic market with 6 GB / 8 GB / 12 GB / 16 GB of RAM and 128 GB / 256 GB / 512 GB of storage.
- Battery: The Edge X30 is likely to have a 5,000mAh battery with 68W rapid charging capabilities.
In January 2022, this phone might release in worldwide regions under the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra brand.
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