The Motorola Edge X30 smartphone is set to hit the global market soon and the company has already started officially teasing the handset. The company confirmed the launch on December 9 in China and is expected to launch in the rest of the world later. Meanwhile, Qualcomm announced its flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, which is already confirmed by an array of brands to power their flagship devices. Ahead of the launch, Lenovo China Managing Director Chen Jin shared a promotional image of the Moto Edge X30 confirming that the handset will be powered by the latest chipset. Now in the latest development, Jin has shared some live footage of the upcoming Motorola smartphone that has surfaced the web, revealing some of the key features.
Leaked live images of the Moto Edge X30
According to live images shared by Jin, the Moto Edge X30 smartphone will arrive with a 144Hz refresh rate display, 10-bit color, and 10+ HDR support. The live image shows that the handset will feature a punch hole camera cutout design with narrow bezels. The upper and lower frames look the same. Accompanied by the TENAA list, the Edge X30 would display a massive 6.67-inch OLED display with Full HD + resolution. Additionally, the live image shows a power button planted on the left chassis and the right side of the device is not visible properly. In addition, the image did not reveal anything else on the handset.
In keeping with previous leaks, the Edge X30 is expected to launch with a 60-megapixel camera sensor on the front for clicking selfies and video calls. On the back, the handset is expected to offer a 50-megapixel primary camera sensor with OIS support, accompanied by a 5-megapixel secondary sensor and a 2-megapixel depth sensor, as well as an LED flash.
The Edge X30 will be unveiled at a launch event in China on December 9 at 7:30 p.m. local time, according to Motorola on Weibo. The teaser does not reveal any additional information about the new Moto Edge device.