Leaked Motorola P30 renders show notch is not going away

Moto P30 Moto P30 Note Moto P30 Play Spotted on Official Site Launch Date Teased

Moto P30 Moto P30 Note Moto P30 Play Spotted on Official Site Launch Date Teased

It's not identical to the iPhone X from the front however, with a "chin" bezel at the bottom of the handset revealing that the Motorola P30 may not be quite as accomplished as its iOS-toting muse.

We don't know exactly when the phone will be announced (rumor has it it might be tomorrow) or how much it'll cost if and when it launches in the USA, but it's certainly a departure from Motorola's unique Moto Z lineup.

The P30 is expected to make its debut in China very soon, although it remains unclear if the device will make it to the USA and Canada. The front-facing camera will come in at 12MP. The chin will keep the Motorola branding. No Moto Mods, no ultra-thin design ... just an iPhone X running Android One. Some promo images have teased the phone in a Aurora-like gradient colour design similar to the Huawei P20 or Honor 10. It'll be joined by the Motorola P30 Note and P30 Play, it is said.

For what it's worth, Motorola appears to be teasing a device with a enormous 5,000 mAh battery on Weibo, and the Moto Z3 packs a modest 3,000 mAh cell of its own.

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The handset will reportedly boast a 6.2-inch display with an aspect ratio of 19:9 and an octa-core processor under the hood paired with 6GB of RAM. The camera system is comprised of a 16- and a 5MP shooter with f/1.8 aperture. The cameras will get some AI and AR support as well.

At the moment there is no information on announcement, pricing, or availability for the Motorola P30, and its siblings. There is no word yet on whether Motorola is planning to bring the Moto P30 phones outside China.

That's not the most exciting way to sell a phone, but at the same time, hardware is hardly a problem with the iPhone X. Is an iPhone running Android really the worst thing in the world?

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