Motorola will introduce the Moto Edge X30 next week as the world’s first Snapdragon 8 Gen 1-powered smartphone. It hasn’t detailed the smartphone’s specs sheet yet, but a company official has shared a live image of the Moto Edge X30, showing off the slim bezels around its centered punch hole display.
Additionally, Motorola’s official Weibo account posted a short video clip revealing the Moto Edge X30’s screen specs: 144Hz refresh rate, HDR10+ certification, and 1 billion colors.
Motorola doesn’t tell us anything about the screen size and resolution, but previous leaks claimed it will measure 6.67″ diagonally and have FullHD+ resolution. Something that was also corroborated by reliable tipster Digital Chat Station.
Motorola hasn’t shown us what the Moto Edge X30’s rear looks like. However, leaked renders revealed the smartphone – expected to launch as Edge 30 Ultra outside China – will sport a triple camera system on the back panel consisting of 50MP primary (with OIS), 50MP ultrawide, and 2MP depth units. For selfies and video calls, you’ll get a 60MP camera inside the punch hole, capable of recording 4K videos.
The Moto Edge X30 will be officially unveiled on December 9 and go on sale in China from December 15, but Motorola hasn’t revealed when the smartphone will make its global debut.