Motorola Moto Edge X30's rear design and color options revealed through official renders

Sagar, 08 December 2021

Leaked renders of the Motorola Moto Edge X30 coming tomorrow have already revealed what the smartphone looks like. It has a centered selfie camera on the front, with a triple camera setup on the rear aligned vertically in the top-left corner. Motorola corroborated the selfie camera bit and showed off the Moto Edge X30's slim bezels last week by posting its live image, and now the company has given us an official look at the smartphone's back panel while also revealing its color options.

The only noticeable differences between previously leaked images and the pictures shared by Motorola today are: 1) the camera island has 50MP and OIS written on it; 2) the Motorola batwing logo on the back cover is placed farther from the cameras; 3) there's a Motorola moniker on the rear panel.

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Motorola Moto Edge X30

Motorola hasn't detailed the Moto Edge X30's specs sheet yet, but it did confirm a few specs, including the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, two 50MP cameras (primary and ultrawide), 60MP under-display selfie camera, and 5,000 mAh battery with 68W charging.

While Motorola didn't confirm the Moto Edge X30's screen diagonal, it revealed the display will come with a 144Hz refresh rate, HDR10+ certification, and 1 billion colors. Also, the banner image used by Motorola (attached below) for its Weibo account shows the Edge X30 with a regular punch hole selfie camera, meaning there could be a higher-end model sporting an under-display selfie shooter.

Motorola Moto Edge X30's rear design and color options revealed through official renders

There's not much waiting now to know more about the Motorola Moto Edge X30 since its launch event will begin at 7:30PM local time in China tomorrow, with sales starting on December 15.

Source (in Chinese)


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  • Md.azharddin

Very excellent looks phone

Yeah. They are definitely a bit behind some of the other larger brands that I have used previously like Huawei, Xiaomi and Oppo in terms of software features and OS updates although on the plus side there is also less bloatware.

  • James

I hope it comes to the U.S.

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