Introducing Motorola Edge X30, the world’s first phone with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

Introducing Motorola Edge X30, the world’s first phone with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

Introducing Motorola Edge X30, the world’s first phone with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

News unit As it was already specified from Motorola became the first company to launch a new smartphone with a 4nm processor Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 exhibited; Motorola Edge X30 which some of its features and capabilities in a few Yesterday, it was exposed to the public by Motorola itself, finally today, Thursday, December 9, 2021 (November 18, 1400), it was officially introduced in China. This phone is available in two versions, including the regular X30 and the X30 Special Edition, the only difference between which should be found in the installation of a selfie camera under the display layer of the special version. The normal X30 selfie camera is punched above the panel.

Back design Edge X30 We have seen before in various images where the triple camera lenses are located below in an oval area and the Motorola bat logo in the center and lower than usual. And the Motorola logo is also seen at the bottom. This phone is available in two colors, including a dark black color and a light color called Glacier Blue. The back part of this phone is made of glass. Glass 5″>Gorilla Glass 5.

In the upper part of the device, we don’t see anything special at first glance, and a large full screen with very small margins. It is waiting for us on the sides and above and below. The location of the selfie camera is different and while in the normal version of the Edge X30, a normal selfie punch is seen in the center of the display above; This camera has been moved to the bottom of the display in the special edition. The dimensions of this model are 8.49 x 75.95 x 163.56 mm and it weighs 194 grams.

The screen of the phone is a 6.7-inch POLED with Full HD+ resolution (1080×2400 pixels), which has a refresh rate of 144 Hz and a very interesting touch speed of 576 Hz. This 10-bit panel supports the display of more than 1 billion colors and has a contrast ratio of more than 100,000:1, normal and maximum brightness of 500 and 700 nits, and the possibility of displaying HDR10+ content. Covering 100 percent of the DCI-P3 range is another feature worth mentioning for this screen.

On top of this panel we find a 60 megapixel selfie camera, which is apparently the highest resolution among It has independent selfie cameras. The 1/2.8-inch sensor of this camera is OV60A40, manufactured by Omnivision, which has large 1.2 micron pixels and apparently has a lens without autofocus with f/2.2 in front of it.

The special version of this phone has not changed the sensor type of this camera and the same 60 megapixel selfie camera is also present here, but this time it has been moved to the bottom of the screen and hidden from view. Observing the quality of this camera and comparing it with a normal punch camera will be an interesting issue that will be determined when that model appears in the market.

The number and type of cameras on the back of the device already It was specified; Where two 50 megapixel cameras and a 2 megapixel depth of field sensor are used in a vertical arrangement below. The original 50 megapixel camera of the phone is once again from a sensor made by Omnivision company named

The second 50-megapixel unit of this part is apparently from Samsung’s 1/2.76-inch sensor ISOCELL JN1 It has 0.64 micron pixels that are 1.28 micron in size when combined together in 12MP resolution. The lens of this camera covers a space of 117 degrees and its aperture is f/2.2. With the presence of automatic focus in the ultrawide camera, it is possible to shoot with it from a very close distance of 2.5 cm. Apart from these two cameras, as mentioned, a 2-megapixel sensor for blurring the background when taking portraits is also considered, which has the OV02B1B sensor made by Amnivision.

The trump card of Edge X30 undoubtedly lies in its processing part, which is called The first manufacturer to use the processor Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 cores has been used in the construction of a phone for Motorola brings. In this chipset, a 3 GHz core is used. Cortex-X2

at the highest level, 3 cores Cortex-A710 with a frequency of 2.5 GHz in the middle and four cores of 1.8 GHz Cortex-A510 is used at a low level and its Adreno GPU graphics is also 30% of the maximum performance Faster than Snapdragon 888 processor. The RAM of the device is 8 or 12 GB of UFS 3.1 type and it has 128 or 256 GB LPDDR5 internal memory. There is no external memory slot in this phone.

Motorola has used a 5,000 mAh battery for this model, which according to the manufacturer can last for 22.7 hours of 5G calls, up to 36.6 hours of music playback and 20.3 hours of video playback under laboratory conditions. Charging this battery for the first time in this brand has been assigned to a very fast charger of 68 watts (11 volts and 6.25 amps), which, according to Motorola, only needs 13 minutes to fill 50% of the battery. This charge uses the advanced technology of the third generation of GaN, which provides more power in a smaller volume.

Support for high-speed 5G and 4G networks, stereo speakers, Wi-Fi ax, Bluetooth version 5.2 and NFC connection are some of the main communication options of this model. Edge X30 does not have a 3.5 mm headset jack.

Motorola Edge X30 with operating system Android 12 and a user interface close to raw Android has been released to the Chinese market since December 15 (December 24, 1400) and its price for different versions of the device is as follows:

8GB/128GB version priced at 3,199 yuan (at the current exchange rate of nearly US$502)

8GB/256GB version priced at 3,399 yuan ($533 )

12GB/256GB version with a price of 3,599 yuan ($564)

Motorola Edge X30 Special Edition is slightly more expensive in this model and It is priced at 3,999 yuan ($627).

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