Motorola will soon expand its range of smartphones with the announcement of the mid-range Moto E30. WinFuture site editor Roland Quandt, known for his credible leaks, has released high-quality press images of the upcoming apparatus.
As you can see in the renders, the device has a display with a small hole in the center in the upper area for a single front camera. At the back is a triple camera setup with a 48MP primary sensor.
The physical control buttons are located in the left side area. The equipment will include a rear fingerprint scanner (located in the Moto logo) and a standard 3.5 mm headphone jack.
According to rumors, the smartphone will include a Unisoc processor with eight processing cores. The operating system Android 11 Go Edition can be applied. The device is credited with having an HD + display and at least 2 GB of RAM. The battery will be charged via a symmetrical USB Type-C port.
The pictures show the novelty in a black color version. But other color modifications are likely to enter the commercial market as well.