Motorola Edge 30 revealed for a mid-range price tag with a 144 Hz AMOLED display and dual 50 MP cameras
Motorola has announced the Edge 30, a smartphone that it will sell in multiple markets. According to Android Police and GSMArena, the Edge 30 will retail for £379.99 in the UK and €450 in the Eurozone. Motorola plans to bring the Edge 30 to Australia and India though, along with select Asian, Latin American and Middle Eastern countries. Purportedly, the Edge 30 will be available in early May, but that may only apply to its UK release.
Regardless, the Edge 30 relies on Android 12, a Snapdragon 778+ chipset and a 4,020 mAh battery that supports 33 W 'TurboPower' charging. Moreover, the Edge 30 has a 6.5-inch AMOLED display that operates at 2,400 x 1,080 pixels and 144 Hz. Additionally, the display has a 10-bit colour panel, a 20:9 aspect ratio and an in-display fingerprint scanner. Separately, Motorola reports that the Edge 30 measures 159.38 x 74.23 x 6.79 mm and weighs 155 g.
Like many recent Motorola smartphones, the Edge 30 has a 50 MP primary camera, but also a 50 MP ultra-wide and a 2 MP depth of field camera. Meanwhile, Motorola has included a 32 MP front-facing camera with an f/2.25 aperture and a 0.7 µm pixel width. Currently, Motorola only shows the Edge 30 in Meteor Grey on its UK website with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. However, the company should offer a 256 GB memory configuration and at least three colours in total.