Motorola is gearing up to introduce new variants for its Motorola Edge 30 series. As per reports, the compány plans to introduce a new “Ultra” flagship with a 200 MP main camera and Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. In the same way, the company is preparing a new mid-tier variant dubbed Motorola Edge 30 Lie. That one will be set below the Motorola Edge 30 that carries the Snapdragon 778G. Details about this handset have been leaking in the past few weeks. Now, we have an official-looking leaked image, that confirms its design.
Motorola Edge 30 Lite design and key specs
The Motorola Edge 30 Lite carries the codename Miami and brings a very “Motorola-esque” design. The device has a rectangular camera island on the rear that houses two snappers, and a LED flash. Apparently, Motorola is dropping one sensor, since the Pro and vanilla bring three cameras. Anyway, we expect the company to keep only the ones that are truly useful. In fact, the leaks suggest the phone packs a 64 MP main camera with Optical Image Stabilization, and a secondary 13 MP ultrawide shooter. Having the main camera with OIS, and a secondary ultrawide shooter will serve the big majority of users. After all, we’re tired of multiple camera setups that are just there to make numbers.
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The handset also has the Motorola branding at the bottom. It has the signature Moto logo in the center. However, the scanner isn’t fitted inside the logo. We assume it doubles as a power button, although the design of the button in the render suggests it’s a conventional button. Maybe Motorola will bring the scanner under the display. After all, the device will bring a 6.28-inch POLED screen with Full HD+ resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate.
The remaining specifications of the Motorola Edge 30 Lite include the Snapdragon 695 SoC. There is also up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of Internal Storage. The phone draws power from a 4,020 mAh battery with 30 W fast charging. The device sells in Moonless Night, Very Peri, Opal Silver, and Green Fig colors. Worth noting, that the device had its price tipped alongside other Moto phones.