More Moto Edge X30 specs confirmed by Motorola ahead of December 9 launch
A steady stream of information about the Moto Edge X30 has been trickling in ahead of its December 9 launch. To nobody's surprise, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1-powered flagship smartphone will be packed to the brim with high-end features such as a 144Hz screen. Now, Lenovo's official Weibo handle has teased its camera and battery specs.
The Moto Edge X30's rear camera array will consist of two 50MP sensors, presumably a wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle/telephoto lens and what could be a 2MP macro/depth/BW sensor. It debunks rumours about the Edge X30 being the world's first smartphone to pack Samsung's new 200MP camera sensor.
Things get even more interesting when we flip the phone over. The Moto Edge X30 is confirmed to pack a 60MP selfie camera sensor, as foretold by multiple rumours on Weibo. While a 60MP sensor might come off as a tad overkill for selfies, Motorola could use it to push the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1's impressive new ISP to its limits.
On the battery side of things, the Moto Edge X30's 5,000mAh unit will support fast charging at 68W. It was also talked about extensively in the weeks leading up to the launch. 60W+ fast charging isn't exactly groundbreaking in the Chinese market, where some OEMs plan on pushing the 165W barrier soon. Nonetheless, it serves as a critical QoL improvement over its predecessor's measly 30W fast charging wattage.