Motorola’s next Moto Edge X30 – the one powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU – appeared in a live photo provided by Motorola’s GM earlier today, revealing that the Moto phone would sport a hidden selfie camera.
Motorola General Manager Chen Jin captioned
Without a doubt, the under-screen camera is still a risky business move, but the explosive growth in customer demand and feedback for this feature encourages us to make the greatest option possible, rather than the easy one.
As a result of our decision to take the appropriate measures this time, there will be an amazing version of the motoedgeX30, which will be the first under-screen front camera of the Snapdragon 8 [Gen1] stage, and the original 60 [MP] front camera will never contract. Please wait till December 9th for a double dose of amazement.
Can’t hide the focus, yet can’t hide the dizziness. Beauty selfie with front 60MP screen on MotoEdgeX30. When you look back on previous selfies, you’ll see that beauty has always been there and never departed.
On the 9th of December, there are two days till the #MotoEdgeX30 new item shipment.” – Interpreted by a machine Chen Jin said that “one extraordinary modification of the” phone would feature this hidden camera, but we have no idea which one (nor the number of renditions there might be).
Previous implementations of the under-the-radar camera have shown that the invention requires the right environment to flourish, but we’re curious whether Motorola’s approach with a 60MP selfie camera will produce more clear images we already know that Qualcomm’s freshly announced 4nm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 will power the Moto Edge X30.
According to previous Rumours, the phone would have a 6.67-inch Full HD+ display with a refresh rate of 144Hz, HDR10+ support, and DCI-P3 Colour space. Two basic 50MP cameras (wide and ultrawide), as well as a 2MP profundity sensor, are mentioned in several publications.
The phone will feature a 5,000mAh battery and support 68W charging, according to ongoing Rumours. On December 9, Motorola will announce its new leadership in China.