For the past three months, we’ve known that Motorola is preparing to introduce new smartphones to its portfolio. As previously thought, both handsets would be called Motorola Power and Motorola Power-One, respectively. However, new proof has surfaced pointing that the latter name will actually be Motorola P30 Note.
The Lenovo-owned company has introduced the P30-series two weeks ago after officially releasing the Motorola P30. According to the new report, that the device that we believed to be called Motorola One Power will soon be released in China, but it will be the Motorola P30 Note with the same X51942-1.
However, if you’re like me and prefer the Motorola One Power name, there’s still hope. Of course, the P30 Note is the name chosen for the Chinese market, so there’s at least a slight chance that the handset arrives the rest of the Globe with a different name.
As per the rumors, the Motorola P30 Note is believed to feature a 6.2-inch FHD+ display with a notch and 19:9 aspect ratio. Inside, the handset will be powered by the mid-range Kyro chipset – Snapdragon 636 – coupled with either 3GB, 4GB or 6GB of RAM. When it comes to storage, the handset is expected to come in 32GB or 64GB variants. On the back, the handset will feature a dual-camera setup with 16MP+5MP sensors, the front-facing notch will house a powerful 12MP selfie camera. Despite all those specifications, P30 Note icing of the cake will be, of course, its enormous 4,850mAh battery.