Before now, Motorola has released the Moto E20 and Moto E40 and it seemed like the Moto E30 was skipped but it wasn’t as the company has now launched it. The Moto E30 comes in between the Moto E20 and the Moto E40 in terms of nomenclature. In this article, we’ll go through what the Motorola Moto E30 has to offer but first, let’s see the price.
Moto E30 Price and Availability
Presently, there is no official price for the Moto E30 after checking all of Motorola’s official sites. However, it is priced at €100 on Aldi Belgium but isn’t in stock. So expect some price variations depending on your region when it finally becomes available. Taking the Moto E40 price (€140) into consideration, the Moto E30 should be around €120 or less.
Moto E30 Specs and Features
Upfront, you’re greeted with a fairly large 6.5-inch IPS LCD that has a 720p resolution with a 90Hz refresh rate and a centered punch-hole cutout. The Moto E30 body has a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, a 3.5mm audio jack and it is water repellent with IP52 certification.
Under the hood, the Motorola Moto E30 is powered by the octa-core UniSoc T700 SoC coupled with the Mali G52 GPU. It comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage with micro SD card support. The phone comes running on Android 11 Go edition which was expected looking at its memory & storage.
As for the camera, the Moto E30 has a triple camera setup that features a 48MP main camera with f/1.8 aperture & 0.8 μm pixels alongside two 2MP macro and depth cameras. The selfie camera is an 8MP sensor housed in a punch hole. Both the selfie and rear camera can record 1080p videos at 30 fps. This camera hardware is one of the most powerful amongst Android Go smartphones and I hope it is well utilized.
Backing the Moto E30 is a large 5,000 mAh battery that can offer “more than 40 hours” battery life according to Motorola numbers. As for charging, it maxes out at 10W which is not fast.
As for connectivity, this phone comes with 4G network support, Bluetooth 5.0, and Wi-Fi b/g/n (2.4 GHz). Also, GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo are supported.