Leaked renders of the Motorola Moto Edge X30, which is set to be released tomorrow, have already shown the smartphone’s design. It has a front-facing selfie camera that is centred, and a triple camera configuration on the back that is oriented vertically in the top-left corner. Motorola confirmed the selfie camera and showed off the Moto Edge X30’s low bezels in a live image last week, and now the company has revealed an official look at the smartphone’s back panel as well as its colour possibilities.
The only differences between previously leaked images and the images shared by Motorola today are as follows: 1) the camera island has 50MP and OIS written on it; 2) the Motorola batwing logo on the back cover is placed further away from the cameras; and 3) there is a Motorola moniker on the rear panel.
Motorola hasn’t released the full list of specifications for the Moto Edge X30, but it has confirmed a handful of them, including the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, two 50MP cameras (primary and ultrawide), a 60MP under-display selfie camera, and a 5,000 mAh battery with 68W charging.
While Motorola did not confirm the screen diagonal of the Moto Edge X30, it did announce that the display will have a 144Hz refresh rate, HDR10+ certification, and 1 billion colours. In addition, Motorola’s Weibo account header image (linked below) displays the Edge X30 with a normal punch hole selfie camera, implying that a higher-end model with an under-display selfie shooter may exist.
There’s not much longer to wait to learn more about the Motorola Moto Edge X30, as its launch event begins tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. local time in China, with sales beginning on December 15.