So there's the Motorola P30.
Motorola announced the Moto Z3 exactly two weeks ago today and, although its spec sheet may have disappointed some people, the smartphone does come with a pretty competitive price tag of $480, something Verizon customers can exclusively take advantage of starting today.
In an attempt to make a splash on the Chinese smartphone market, Motorola has launched its new P30 mid-range handset in the country with a distinctly Huawei-esque color option. The Moto P30 will appeal to consumers who prefer stock Android and find the iPhone X-inspired design to be quite attractive.
And it also borrows ideas from Huawei, with P30 set to be made available in a new P20-esque gradient colour option called "Aurora". It will cost $303 (64GB storage) to $360 (128GB storage) when released on September 15.
Interestingly, Motorola has not said a word on the global launch of the phone.
The Motorola P30 runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 chipset. The Motorola P30 also supports expandable storage via microSD card slot.
Those dual cameras are 16- and 5-megapixel f1.8 rear sensors with background defocus (portrait) mode. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Motorola Moto P30 packs a 16-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 12-megapixel front shooter for selfies. This processor is teamed up with 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of default storage space. 3000mAh battery is fitted in the phone, and, thankfully, it has a 3.5mm audio jack. The battery, powering the device, is 3,000 mAh and comes with 18W fast charging.
On the software side of things, the Moto P30 is running Android 8.1 Oreo, and the company's standard UI is being switched out for ZUI 4.0.