The Moto Edge X30's display specs allegedly leak in full: 144Hz for the 2022 flagship smartphone
Motorola is very insistent that its Moto Edge X30 will be the world's first Snapdragon 8 Gen 1-powered Android smartphone on its launch. To this end, the OEM is ramping its teasers up with some juicy details on the screen through which Qualcomm's new processing apex might be visualized.
The Lenovo-owned company has released a professional curling-themed teaser to introduce what may be another prominent potential advantage of the Edge X30: a 144Hz display (the sporty ad may, thus, also give a nod to the fact that Chinese text indicating a high refresh rate often machine-translates to something like "high brush" in English).
Motorola has also now officially revealed that the Edge X30 will also support HDR10+ and 10-bit color. It has yet to add further pertinent details such as resolution; however, Digital Chat Station purports to step in there with claims that this 6.67-inch panel will be FHD+, found in a chassis measuring 163×75.9×8.4mm in total.
The famous leaker has also highlighted the X30's very symmetrical borders, with a barely noticeable chin and forehead. A new face-on image of this phone, also posted to Weibo by Motorola for the hype, seems to show it is flat, much like the upcoming phone's edges.
Nevertheless, neither fresh leak confirms whether the Edge X30 completes these high-end attributes with an AMOLED panel. We may have to wait until the phone's December 9, 2021 launch in China to find out for sure.