The device falls within the Moto E series, an entry-level series of smartphones, and the third model after the Moto G Pure, Moto E40, and now the Moto E30.
The third model further confirms the fact that Motorola seems to have ditched the premium market and focus more on affordable Android-based smartphones for its customers.
Most of these devices come within the US$200 price range with the newly announced Moto E30 reportedly going for as low as US$130.
Specs and Features of Moto E30
Features of the Moto E30 include IP52 ratings, a 6.5-inch IPS LCD display with 720P resolution, a surprising 90Hz refresh rate, and a 20:9 aspect ratio with a hole-punch camera cut-out to house the selfie camera, and also plastic back cover.
The Moto E30 has very similar features as the Moto E40 just cheaper and with some features being yanked off.
Out of the box, the Moto E30 runs the Android 11 Go version and there is no official statement whether the device will have future support for the Android 12 upgrade.
Powering things up is a UNISOC T700 chipset with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage while there will also be support for a MicroSD card for storage expansion.
Other hardware includes a 3.5mm headphone jack, USB Type-C port, and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
As for the rear camera system, you get a triple setup consisting of a 48MP primary sensor, a 2MP macro camera, and another 2MP depth sensor. The front-facing selfie camera is an 8MP sensor tucked right within the hole-punch cut-out upfront.
Other features of the handset include a dual SIM card slot, 4G, VoLTE, WiFi, GNSS, 5,000mAh battery, 10W charging, and two colors (Mineral Gray, Digital Blue).
Motorola E30 Price and Availability
Motorola will make the device available in the European market first and then in Latin America. Its price point is in the region of US$130