Motorola’s P30 Rips off iPhone X’s Design and Huawei’s Twilight Color Scheme

Joanna Estrada
August 19, 2018

The Motorola One recently got benchmarked and has now been certified by TENAA, suggesting its launch is imminent.

Despite the design rip off and the P30 coming with a notch, Motorola seems to have missed the memo about including face unlock on the device for that complete experience.

Motorola must be really close to launching the much-rumoured Motorola One and One Power. Both smartphones were initially expected to launch alongside the Moto Z3 in Chicago earlier in the month, but it looks like Motorola is taking its time with the two devices.

The only distinguishing factor between the Moto P30 and the iPhone X is that the former has a slightly larger chin at the bottom that also houses the Motorola logo. These phone carry a design language that's quite similar to the iPhone X. Motorola has been facing some flak from fans who feel the P30 looks like a cross between the iPhone X and Huawei P20 Pro.

The handset that so far goes by XT1941-2 has a 5.88-inch display with a 1520x720px resolution in a 19:9 aspect - the Power's 6.2-inch screen is FullHD+. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 is expected to power the Android 8.1 operating system, with clock speeds of 2GHz. It will be made available in three RAM and internal storage variants - 3GB RAM/32GB of internal storage, 4GB RAM/64GB of internal storage, and 6GB RAM/128GB of internal storage.

At the rear, the Motorola One Power can be seen sporting a dual-camera setup in a vertical orientation with the LED flash sandwiched in between. Weighing 162gr., the one will measure 149.9×72.2×7.9mm. Listed is a battery rated 3,000mAh, and listing pictures are below. The logo on the P30, however, also functions as a fingerprint sensor, allowing Motorola's device to stand out in terms of technical features.

As of now, there's no word about the pricing and launch timeline of the Motorola One Power. What isn't confirmed yet is whether the device will ship with Android 8.1 Oreo or the latest Android 9 Pie.

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