As the first smartphone with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU, the Moto Edge X30 will be introduced Thursday. The latest teasers from the brand have provided more information about the phone's battery life, camera design, and sensors.
With 12GB of RAM on Geekbench and a video showing the Edge X30's production line, Samsung has confirmed that it will be ready for its December 9 launch date.
Both wide and ultrawide lenses are covered by two 50MP cameras on the camera island on its back. The third camera is most likely a low-resolution 2MP camera for portrait photography. With a 60MP sensor, this camera's front-facing shooter will be hidden behind a punch hole.
Edge X30 will have a 5,000 mAh battery and a 68W charger, which is a first for the company. NFC, which has been absent from Moto flagships for the past few years, will also be included in the gadget.
There's not much more to learn about the new phone since that the display has already been shown in some detail. Price and availability, as well as whether the Edge X30 will have a sister with an under-display selfie camera, remain unanswered.