This is the second time that Motorola lists its Moto P series on its website and this time a day before the official inauguration in China on August 15. And this time the leak is so massive that it leaves little to the imagination. The leaked images and specifications are all taken from the official website and have been removed. They reveal a rear glass design, aluminum frame, high canvas with skinny frames, wide notch and small chin.
In fact, it carries a design almost identical to the Lenovo Z5, but hopefully this time the panels are not growing exponentially. Either way, three colors seem to be available – black, white, and a colorful gradient scheme. There are also some specs – the Motorola Moto P30 will come equipped with an unconfirmed octa-core Snapdragon processor, probably the Snapdragon 636, and will have 6GB of RAM coupled with 64GB or 128GB of internal storage.
The exciting part is the 2.5D curved screen with a notch as it will be the company’s first notched smartphone. The display measures 6.2 “diagonally and has a 19: 9 aspect ratio. The front houses a 12MP (f/1.8) selfie camera with support for AI and RA features. On the back, we see the fingerprint reader and the dual camera configuration consisting of a primary 16MP shooter with the 5MP secondary for depth detection.
A 3000 mAh battery with support for 18W quick charging feeds the phone. And as it is geared towards the Chinese market – at least for now – it will not be sold with Android, but with Motorola’s custom user interface. Other notable features include Dolby 360 surround sound support and U-touch split-screen features. We can also expect a later transparent edition.
There is also a screenshot of the store listing and the basic model with 6 GB / 64 GB memory configuration costs CNY 1,999 ($ 290). However, we expect to know about the P series during the official launch tomorrow. We are also looking forward to seeing what the P30 Note and P30 Play editions will have to offer.