Official press renders of the Motorola P30 have leaked, showing a smartphone that looks both like an Android iPhone X clone and a Xiaomi Mi 8 wannabe.
The smartphone marks Motorola's entry into smartphones with notches, though customers will likely be talking about the Motorola P30 as a copycat device.
Spot The Difference: Motorola P30, iPhone X, And Xiaomi Mi 8
The official press renders of the Motorola P30, which has not yet been announced, was obtained by AndroidPure.
The first thing that jumps out is the notch at the top of the display, followed by the negligible bezels with Motorola branding at the narrow bottom bezel. At the back, the dual camera module is aligned vertically with an LED flash in between the sensors. The Motorola logo is displayed at the center, doubling as a fingerprint sensor.
The Motorola P30 looks so much like the iPhone X that it looks like it will fit an iPhone X case, if not for the volume buttons being placed above the power button at the right side of the frame.
However, when placed side by side, a closer look is needed to distinguish between the Motorola P30, the iPhone X, and Xiaomi Mi 8. The Motorola P30 is nowhere as shameless as the $100 fake iPhone X filled with malware that was recently featured in a Motherboard report, but its near-identical look to Apple's flagship smartphone is certainly a head-scratcher.
What Else Do We Know About The Motorola P30?
The Motorola P30 looks like the Motorola One Power that was previously leaked, as the design of the two smartphones is very similar.
The device is said to be coming with a 6.2-inch FHD+ display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 636, and 6 GB RAM. There will be a 16 MP primary camera and 5 MP secondary camera at the back, with a 12 MP selfie camera in the front.
There will reportedly be three colors and two internal storage options for the Motorola P30. The colors are Aurora, Bright Black, and Ice Jade White, while the internal storage options are 64 GB and 128 GB.
The Motorola P30 is expected to be made available in China and South Korea first before reaching other countries. The smartphone's availability in the United States, however, is not yet confirmed.