If you like Moto smartphones, then this leak has to be an exciting one for you. The Lenovo owned company, Moto has announced to release several smartphones this year. One of which will be the Moto G series phone powered by Snapdragon 800. This phone has already launched in China as the Moto Edge S and will get a global rebranding as the Moto G100. Another phone that we are going to witness this year by the same company is the Moto G30.
Moto G30 and Moto G10 are expected to be released this year. None of these mobiles is the successor to the Moto G from the previous year, however, the Moto G30 shares some of its specs with the Moto G9 released in August 2020. Recently, a few renders of Moto G30 were surfaced on the internet. As seen in the renders, the Moto G30 features a waterdrop notch. The phone features a 6.5-inch display screen with a resolution of 1600x720 which is the same display as that of the Moto G9 with a slightly higher refresh rate. The rear design of the phone is however completely different. The camera array at the rear panel sites on the left side of the phone. Whereas the Moto G9 had a camera system in the middle of the rear panel.
Moto G30 has four camera sensors at the rear side, including a 64MP primary camera sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera sensor, a 2MP depth camera sensor, and a 2MP macro camera. One of the smaller 2MP cameras is placed in a subspace with the primary camera housing along with the LED flash. To ensure secure access to the phone, there is also an optical fingerprint scanner being placed on the rear side too.
The renders show that the phone has a USB-C port on the right side of the device. We can't see the sides in the render but it is safe to assume that the phone has an audio jack along with a SIM tray. The right side of the device is dedicated to the physical buttons to activate Google Assistance, control volume, and power. The Moto G30 will feature a Snapdragon processor with 4GB or 6GB RAM with 64GB and 128GB storage. It will have a 90Hz refresh rate, a microSD card, and a 5,000mAh battery with 20W fast charging. The phone will carry the price tag of $199.
Android 10 was officially released back in September 2019. After Google Pixel devices, the OnePlus 7T was the first device that came with Android 10 out of the box. Now, after waiting for long 15-months, we witnessed Motorola rolled out the Android 10 update to the Moto One Macro, and now the company is doing the same for its 2019 entry-level smartphone the Moto G8 Play. According to unofficial reports at MotoG8PlayBrasil Telegram channel, the Moto G8 Play will be receiving its Android 10 update starting from Europe.
The update carries software version QMD30.47-19 and besides upgrading the existing operating system, it is also releasing the security patch for December 2020 along with the upgrade. At the time, the Android 10 update seems to be released only for the Brazilian smartphone market but should be coming to other Europan countries in the upcoming weeks as well as other countries.
The Motorola Moto G8 Play is a budget-friendly smartphone that was launched alongside the Moto G8 Plus. It features a 6.2-inch HD+ display, with 2GB RAM, a 13MP primary rear camera sensor, and a 4,000mAh battery that keeps it alive the whole day with medium usage. Even though the smartphone is an entry-level device, it almost took the company 15 months to upgrade the operating system which is too long even for such devices, and we hope that Motorolla will show some speed in the future when it comes to upgrading the operating system.
You can check the settings > system > update to see if the update is available in your region or not. After installing the software, users can look forward to have all the essential Android 10 features including a system-wide dark mode, smart reply for messaging app, new digital well-being tools, parental controls, live caption, and a whole lot more.
Motorola commenced 2021 in complete quiet (on the off chance that you don't tally the Chinese declarations). There were no new declarations coming from the US organization, in spite of the fact that we do expect a few smartphones to be presented in the following couple of months.
Up to that point, we're glad to report that Motorola has at long last begun the Android 11 update rollout, and the first smartphone to get it is the Moto G Pro, a gadget referred to in the United States as the Moto G Stylus.
Really astonishing that another mid-range phone, the One Macro, is getting a comparably significant update, simply not Android 11. Motorola One Macro clients in India report that a steady Android 10 update is currently accessible in India.
The update tips the scales at 1.46GB and incorporates the December security fix. In spite of the fact that it's to be expected to see a two-year-old getting a significant Android OS update, it's bizarre that Motorola didn't overhaul this one straightforwardly to Android 11, as it ought to.
We have no clue if Motorola plans to reveal another Android update for the One Macro, yet hypothetically, this ought to be the last significant OS update that this smartphone is getting. Two years of Android refreshes is normally what all huge brands offer to their clients, and Motorola One Macro was dispatched back in 2019.
Regardless, we're glad that in any event Motorola gave One Macro clients a long-past due Android 10 update, and we trust that it will be extended to a larger number of nations in the near future.
Motorola China revealed its latest premium smartphone at an event in the country today. The flagship is the world's first smartphone to be powered by Snapdragon 870 and called Motorola Edge S. The phone doesn't have any curved edges or display. In fact, it features a rather flat display screen with double hole punches for two front-facing camera sensors. The phone not only packs a bunch of cameras but also offers a high-speed processor for heavy use.
The rear panel of the phone is slightly curved and features four cameras arranged in a not-so-stylish way. The device has an NVCM coating and available in the market as well as online in two different colors - Emerald Glaze and Emerald light. The Motorola Edge has a 6.7-inch LCD display screen with a 90Hz refresh rate and a 21:9 aspect ratio. The screen's resolution is 2520 x 1080 with a 409PPI, HDR10, and a DCI-P3 color gamut.
The device uses Snapdragon 870 processor that brings an improvement in performance to a great extent as compared to its predecessor. Its CPU performance is measured to be exactly 12% higher than that of the Snapdragon 865 while GPU is 10% more powerful. According to the company's official statement, the Edge S scores higher than the Mi 10 on AnTuTu which scored only 585,232 points, whereas the Edge S shines with 680,826 points among its competitors. The phone's higher score is due to the result of the Turbo RAM which is 72% faster than LPDDR4 and also has UFS 3. Internal storage is 25% faster than the traditional UFS 3.0.
Motorola Ege S features four cameras at the rear side of the phone that includes a 64-megapixel primary camera, a 16-megapixel 121 ultrawide angle camera that also doubles as a 2.8CM macro camera, a 2MP camera for taking better portrait images, and a TOF camera sensor that has a light right around its casing. The front-facing cameras are 16-megapixel and 8-megapixel with the ultra-wide-angle camera sensor. The phone has a built-in vlog mode, night mode, and can shot up to 6k video at 30fps and 4k video at 60fps.
Motorola's second-age foldable is here - the Motorola Razr 2 or, as it's in effect formally named, the Motorola Razr 5G. The phone is a development to the Motorola Razr, which arrived at the market recently. It includes a refined plan, extended usefulness, and 5G to separate it from the primary gen item.
The Motorola Razr 5G is another foldable, however actually it's a spin-off of a continuation. It doesn't wander a long way from the thought behind the first, which was to blend sentimentality for the flip phones of old with the collapsing show innovation of 2020. The phone is a minimized gadget when collapsed and an ordinary estimated smartphone when opened. It has at any rate one direct rival in the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G, and tertiary rivals in other collapsing phones, for example, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 and, in a specific way, the LG V60 and LG Velvet.
Motorola's objective with this phone was to make an alluring, premium gadget that bids to the individuals who hold an affection in their souls for the character of phones from ages past. In any case, Motorola is additionally taking a stab at something new here. The collapsing structure is in its outset and none of the items in the market have really discovered their balance.
The Razr 5G is as much a phone of things to come for what it's worth of the past. While it takes its fundamental methodology from the renowned 2005 raving success, it features the absolute most recent advancements from Motorola and past. In spite of having been in the market an entire year presently, collapsing screens are still new tech. They presently can't seem to downsize from expensive show-stoppers to more standard, moderate toll.
The Motorola Razr 5G is for individuals who are exhausted with current phone plans, who long for something else and new, who need something to flaunt to their companions to mix conversation. At $1,400, it's a very good quality buy that is far off for the vast majority. That makes the Razr 5G an extravagance thing.
It's additionally for individuals ready to take risks. The main Razr was generally searched for gold creaky pivot. Motorola says the pivot of its new phone has been totally upgraded and is more grounded than any time in recent memory. As usual, that should confirm in reality before we accept what Motorola is pitching. Additionally, collapsing show tech still can't seem to substantiate itself of genuine incentive to buyers. This could be a craze that blurs into obscurity - or it very well may be the following enormous thing. We simply don't have the foggiest idea yet.
Whatever your explanations behind dumping the standard chunk, the Motorola 5G is above all else for the individuals who can manage the cost of it.