Motorola P30 leaked renders hint at an Apple iPhone X-inspired design

Joanna Estrada
August 14, 2018

Rumored to go official in China tomorrow, August 15, at a press event where the Moto Z3 is also expected to expand from the USA to the world's largest smartphone market, the Motorola P30 has practically become an open book after an even more detailed leak.

The rear dual-camera setup consists of a 16MP+5MP unit with larger pixels and the front camera also uses larger, 1.25-micrometre pixels as well as a soft toning light for natural-looking images. While nothing is official at this point, it is expected that the Lenovo-owned Motorola might be launching these new smartphones in China tomorrow on August 15.

While the entry-level configuration is likely to combine 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage, a slightly pricier variant should bump up the local digital hoarding room to 128 gigs. The side bezels seem quite small on the Motorola P30, but there is indeed one at the bottom, indicating that the display will possibly be LCD.

The images above and below allegedly depict the upcoming Motorola P30.

The rear dual camera will be a 16-megapixel and 5-megapixel snapper, while the the selfie cam on the front will be 12-megapixel.

So far, the alleged specifications of the P30 include a 6.2-inch notch display with FHD+ resolution and 19:9 aspect ratio.

Gaming wise, too, the phone can flex some muscle, with augmented reality claimed to bring your favourite characters to life on the screen, and a no-disturbance mode where the gaming app will automatically block calls and keep away notifications so you can play on undisturbed. In addition to Aurora, the P30 will come in Ice Jade White and Bright Black colours as well, as per a listing spotted on the official site. The device will house a 3,000mAh battery with no mention of fast charging support.

The images we found are many, and a lot of them carry Chinese text that shows that Motorola is quite happy with the device.

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