Motorola Moto G30 and Moto E7 Power spec sheet and renders leaked online in their entirety
We found out about key Moto G30 specifications via a plethora of leaks that surfaced over the past few weeks. Initially known only by its codename Motorola Capri Plus, the mid-range smartphone will carry on the Moto G series' legacy as a solid mid-range smartphone. Winfuture.de has now published the entire Moto G30 spec sheet, leaving little to the imagination, except for its price.
For starters, the Motorola Moto G30 will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SoC. It can be paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. That will probably as high as it gets, although storage expansion is possible via a micro SD card. The lack of 5G connectivity is a tad disappointing. That appears to be reserved for the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 480-powered Motorola Ibiza.
Moving on, the Motorola Moto G30 will feature a 6.5-inch HD+ IPS LCD screen. It is somewhat puzzling as to why it isn't FHD+ like several other previous-generation Moto G devices. A waterdrop-style notch that houses the phone's 8MP selfie camera interrupts the screen. The smartphone is powered by a 5,000mAh battery. Whether or not it supports fast charging remains to be seen.
Lastly, the Moto G30 will have four rear camera sensors. Its 64MP primary camera sensor will be paired with an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 2MP depth sensor and a 2MP macro lens. Many would consider the last two sensors to be decorative, and they wouldn't be wrong to a certain degree. It will run Android 11 out of the box.
Moto E7 Power
Motorola also has another, even more affordable, smartphone in store for us called the Moto E7 Power. The Moto E7 Power is the recently launched Moto E7's spiritual successor. Both phones have somewhat similar specifications starting with the same 6.5-inch HD+ IPS LCD screen and an identical MediaTek Helio G25 SoC. However, the battery gets a slight upgrade, with the Moto E7 Power featuring a 5,000mAh unit.
Considering that the Moto E7 Power is meant to serve as a watered-down version of the Moto E7, its cameras are downgraded significantly. The dual-camera array consists of a 13MP sensor and a 2MP macro lens. The 5MP selfie camera is identical across both devices. Storage and memory capacities max out at 64GB and 4GB, respectively. Unlike its better-specced sibling, the Moto E7 Power will run Android 10 out of the box. Knowing Motorola's mediocre software update policies, an Android 11 update seems unlikely.
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