Moto E30 is available on MOTOROLA’s Website in Slovakia and on Belgium’s Aldi store. The price is not listed on MOTOROLA’s website, but the Belgian Aldi store lists the phone for 100 euros. And it is out of stock at present.
It is available in black and blue, the 190-gram plastic body has the same hardware as the previously released Moto E40, according to MOTOROLA’s website. The phone uses a 6.5-inch IPS LCD monitor with a resolution of 720p+ (20:9 screen ratio) and a 90Hz refresh rate. The front camera of the phone is designed with a hole in the center and 8 million pixels. The rear camera is arranged vertically and located at the upper left corner of the back. They are respectively a 48 million main camera, 0.8µm pixel, F /1.8 aperture, a 2 million pixel macro lens and a 2 million pixel depth camera. Its main camera supports 1080p video at 30 frames per second. The phone uses unigarui T700 eight-core SoC with 2GB+32GB of storage and supports microSD card expansion up to 1TB.
Moto E30 supports fingerprint identification, which is located at the Logo on the back of the phone. It has a 5000mAh battery and a USB-C charging port with a maximum charging power of 10W. It runs Android 11 Go, a stripped-down version of Android 11 developed by Google specifically for lower-cost devices, which speeds up app launches by 20%.