Moto Edge X30 official teasers reveal camera design and battery details


Motorola has already announced that the Moto Edge X30 will be launched on Thursday. This will make it the first commercially available smartphone with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. And now, Motorola has started dropping more details about the phone with the newest teasers revealing the camera design and battery details.

From one of the posters shared, we can see that the camera setup on the rear of the Moto Edge X30 will have two 50MP sensors for the wide and ultrawide cameras. There’s no information on what the third camera will be but it is likely going to be a gimmicky 2MP camera for bokeh shots. This same poster also lets us know that the front-facing camera will be housed in a punch-hole cutout and will have a 60MP sensor. This is crazy for a selfie camera.

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Camera Details of the Moto Edge X30

The second poster shared also details what you need to know about the battery of this phone. The Moto Edge X30 will have a huge 5,000 mAh battery. As for charging, it will support 68W charging speeds which should fill in up in no time. Also, the phone will have an NFC tag which is sometimes that has not been in Moto flagships for a few years now.

Battery Details of the Moto Edge X30

Before now, Motorola’s official Weibo account posted a video revealing some details about the display of the Moto Edge X30. According to that, it will have a 144 Hz refresh rate with HDR10+ certification as well as support for up to a billion colors. But there’s no information on the size and resolution.

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Moto Edge X30 render by 91mobiles and OnLeaks

Presently there’s no information on the RAM and storage but the phone was seen on Geekbench with 12GB of RAM.

The Moto Edge X30 will be launched in China on December 9 with sales starting from December 15, but there’s no information on when the phone will be launched globally.

This will be a nice addition as Motorola just launched 5 new smartphones in the Moto G series.

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