There were so many rumors are out there about the Motorola P30 Note before than, but now the Motorola company has launched the Moto P30 Note Android smartphone in China. As we all know that the company has launched their budget range Android One based Moto One and One Power smartphone last week. And In fact, we all can say that this is another highly featured variant of Moto One Power smartphone, but the only drawback is with this smartphone that it not comes with the stock Android One operating system.

Moto P30 Note Launched With Massive 5000mAh Battery 1

Moto P30 Note Launched With Massive 5000mAh Battery

Instead of the latest Android One experience, the all-new Moto P30 Note smartphone’s Android v8.1 Oero operating system is wrapped in a ZUI 4.0 User interface, which is the latest Android skin from Moto.

Pricing & Color

In terms of price, the Motorola P30 Note smartphone is now available in China and you have to pay approx $292 for the 4GB/64GB variant, and you can buy 6GB/64GB variant at only $335.

These both variants of this smartphone is available on sale in China. The Moto P30 Note smartphone is only available in Mercury Black color option.


The Moto P30 Note smartphone comes with a large 6.2 inches multi-touch capacitive touchscreen IPS display, along with the resolution of 2246*1080 pixels. The display on the Moto P30 Note smartphone comes in a 19:9 screen-to-body ratio.

On the top of the display, you will also find the Notch, In which the company has placed front selfie camera, proximity sensor, and an earpiece.

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In terms of design, the new Moto P30 Note smartphone comes with the Back 3D metal design, which looks premium and feels very sturdy. On the back, you will find the dual rear camera set up along with the LED flash.

On the back, you will also get the Fingerprint sensor. At the bottom, this smartphone has USB-C Type charging port, which can also be used for data transfer.

Camera (Rear + Front)

For the photography, the Moto P30 Note smartphone comes with a Dual (16.0 megapixels + 5.0 megapixels) Autofocus camera along with the dual color temperature flash, which can be used to shoot bright and sharp photos in a low light conditions.

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The Back camera of this smartphone supports different features such as background blur, HDR, professional mode, and panoramic photo. With the dual rear camera, the user can record videos up to 1080p resolution.

While the front camera of this smartphone is a 12.0 megapixels’ camera. Which also supports the 1080p resolution video recording feature. The front camera of this smartphone can also shoot pictures in Bokeh Mode, and also supports the Beauty mode.

Performance & Storage

In terms of performance, the Moto P30 Note smartphone powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 Octa-Core 1.8GHz 64bit Processor along with the Qualcomm’s Adreno 509 GPU.

For the storage, the device comes with a massive 64GB of internal onboard storage along with the expandable storage option, which enables the user to expand the device storage up to 128GB via MicroSD card slot.

Battery & Connectivity

The device is backed by a massive 5000mAh Non-removable battery, which can offer long-lasting battery life.

In terms of connectivity, the Moto P30 Note smartphone comes with a latest 4G connectivity along with the Dual Band (2.4Ghz + 5GHz) 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac WiFi, BT5.0 (BLE+EDR), GPS, and 3.5mm Audio Jack.


For more info, stay tuned!

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