Motorola’s new G series entry phone has been exposed before. Moto G30 and G10, two mobile phones, were recently released in Europe and India, with similar appearance but different configurations. Among them, the relatively low-end Moto G10 is priced at 129.99 Euros, which is approximately RMB 1,016; the price of the G30 has not been announced yet.
Moto G10 is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 processor. The chip is manufactured using an 11nm process and has a 4×1.8GHz large core and a 4×1.6GHz small core. The phone uses a 720×1600 resolution IPS screen, a 4GB+64GB/128GB storage configuration, and a main camera with 48 Megapixels.
This phone is equipped with a 6000mAh battery in India and supports 15W fast charging, but in other regions, the battery capacity has shrunk to 5000mAh and only supports 10W charging.
The processor of Moto G30 is upgraded to Qualcomm Snapdragon 662, which is also manufactured using an 11nm process. The CPU is designed with a 4×2.0GHz large core and 4×1.8GHz small core, and the storage configuration is 4GB+128GB or 6GB+128GB. The mobile phone screen uses a 90Hz 720 x 1600 resolution IPS screen, and the rear main camera is upgraded to 64 Megapixels. The configuration of this phone is globally unified, with a 5000mAh battery and 15W fast charge.
Both phones support microSD card expansion, use a plastic back cover, and support IP52 waterproof. The price of the Moto G30 has not yet been announced and is expected to go on sale in March.