It looks uncannily like the iPhone X with an option for a Twilight paint job. It was Motorola Mobility which was responsible for manufacturing smartphone. It is worth noting that Motorola went out of its way to make this smartphone look eerily similar to the iPhone X. While using nearly the same colour finish found on the Huawei P20.
Motorola was a pioneer in the mobile phone industry, but its sales fell in the smartphone era and its handset division was sold to Google in 2012. As of now, the Motorola P30 is only limited to the Chinese market.
In terms of specifications, we are looking at a 6.2-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 2280×1080 pixels, and 19:9 aspect ratio. There are two variants, one with 64GB of storage and the other with 128GB of storage, and both models support microSD cards for expandable storage up to 256GB. There's nothing, aside from Motorola's branding, that's even remotely original about the Motorola P30... even its name seems to be a rip-off of Huawei's P20.
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Underneath its glass body is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor that's mated to 6GB of RAM. The main 16-megapixel sensor made by OmnoVision has wider f/1.8 aperture while the secondary sensor has f/2.2 aperture.
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. The selfie camera uses a 12-megapixel sensor with 1.25 micron pixel size f/2.0 aperture. There's a dual-camera setup located on the same upper-left corner (with the flash located at the exact same place too), and the P30 ditches the Apple logo for a Motorola logo that also serves as a fingerprint sensor. The version with 128GB storage will set you back by RMB 2,099 (around Rs 21,100). Given its price we think this could be a great little phone, if you're in China, and we'll wait to see what changes if any are brought to the handset when it goes global.