The Motorola Moto G30 gets a whopping four cameras on the back and runs out of the box on Android 11. The affordable smartphone will probably be announced soon, along with another budget phone.
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Motorola Moto G30 renders leaked
This is evidenced by leaked information from the usually reliable WinFuture. The German website more often shares images and specifications of unannounced Android smartphones and is very correct. That is why we assume that the shared renders and specifications are correct.
The Motorola Moto G30 will be an affordable smartphone that probably mainly depends on its cameras. On the back would be four lenses: a main camera of 64 megapixel, 8 megapixel wide-angle lens, 2 megapixel macro camera for close-ups and a depth sensor that helps take portrait photos. On the front, in the water drop-like notch, is said to be an 8 megapixel selfie camera.
Under the hood, the Moto G30 is very similar to other Motorola phones, such as the Moto G9 Play and Moto G9 Power. The smartphone is probably powered by a Snapdragon 662 processor and also has 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space. The storage can be further expanded by means of a micro SD memory card. This is useful if, for example, you store a lot of media for offline use.
On the leaked renders (see above) we see that the Moto G30 is very similar to other Motorola devices. The screen is large (6.5 inches), has fairly thin edges and the fingerprint scanner is probably integrated into the Moto logo on the back. According to WinFuture, the screen does have a low HD resolution (1600 by 720 pixels), but this ensures that the 5000 mAh battery lasts extra long.
It is nice that the Moto G30 runs on Android 11, the most recent version of the mobile operating system. Many Moto phones still run on Android 10 and various manufacturers still choose to release budget devices with this version. We expect the G30 to also be updated to Android 12 in the future.
Moto E7 Power also leaks
The website also shares images of the Moto E7 Power, a cheaper device that would cost around 150 euros. As the name suggests, this phone mainly relies on its battery. It is said to have a 5000 mAh battery, which, thanks to a low screen resolution (1600 by 720 pixels) and an energy-efficient MediaTek processor, should last for a long time.
The design of the E7 Power is very similar to that of the normal Moto E7 and Moto E7 Plus. The specifications are modest and the phone would still run on Android 10, an Android version almost eighteen months old. On the back is a dual camera, with a primary 13 megapixel lens and 2 megapixel macro camera.
While we don’t know exactly when the new Motorola smartphones will be announced, we don’t expect it to be long. So keep an eye on our website to keep up to date with the latest news. Or download the free Android Planet app.