The Moto Edge X30 will debut this week and the company is stirring up interest in the new product. Yesterday it posted a photo of the front panel of the gadget, and today it showed the design of the rear camera and told why Motorola got the right to be the first to release a smartphone with the new Qualcomm platform.
The CEO of Lenovo’s mobile division said Moto will be the first company to introduce a flagship with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 for a reason, “a lot to do with the company’s market position.” Despite the fact that the company’s share in China is small, “it can directly compete with Apple and Samsung in the global market, especially in South America, where in several countries it even surpasses Samsung.” He stated that Moto smartphone sales have surpassed 50 million units this year and the company will work to increase its share in China.
As for the design of the main camera of the Moto Edge X30, it received an oval-shaped pad and three image sensors. The company has confirmed that two of them will be 50MP, with a 60MP sensor on the front. The Moto Edge X30 is credited with a 6.67-inch 144Hz OLED display with FullHD + resolution.
The premiere of the flagship Moto G200 smartphone, produced by Motorola, took place recently. In parallel, the brand presented several relatively inexpensive models from €200; but the best offer of the event, of course, was the new product based on Snapdragon 888+; which has a rather low price for a flagship.
The smartphone has received the most productive Snapdragon chipset to date. And although a new version of the mobile platform is on the way; which will be presented at the end of November, there are currently no more powerful chips on the market. At the same time, the smartphone is relatively inexpensive – in some markets, the Moto G200 5G will cost customers €450, which is incomparably cheaper than the flagships of companies like Samsung on similar hardware.
Compared to the previous model Moto G100, the new variant has a better 6.8-inch LCD display with a screen refresh rate of 144 Hz – versus 90 Hz for its predecessor. Outside the gaming smartphone market, very few devices can boast of such a frequency. Additionally, the display is known to support HDR10 technology and DCI-P3 color space; which covers most of the colors in the natural spectrum.
The chipset is complemented by 8 GB of “fast” LPDDR5 RAM and 128/256 GB of UFS 3.1 ROM; and the Ready For function allows you to connect your smartphone to almost any monitor or TV; for use in “PC mode”.