Motorola is gearing up to launch a new budget smartphone. The company has teased the launch of the E40 in India. The company has not yet announced the launch date of its budget smartphone in India at the time of writing this. Meanwhile, another Motorola E-series phone is in the works. The Motorola Moto E30, which would be sitting below the E40, could launch soon. Ahead of the official launch, the design render images of the budget phone have leaked. Tipster Roland Quandt from WinFuture has leaked the Moto E30’s design from all sides. Let’s take a look at the Motorola Moto E30 design renders, specs and other details leaked.
Motorola Moto E30 design renders
Motorola could launch the Moto E30 soon. While the launch date remains unknown, the device’s design has leaked in all its glory. The leaked renders by Quandt reveal that the E30 will have a hole-punch display. The screen is surrounded by thin bezels on the sides, except for the thick chin.
The rear panel houses the vertically aligned triple-camera array. The text next to the camera module reveals that the phone will have a 48MP quad-pixel camera module. It simply means that the phone will shoot 12MP pixel-binned shots. Details about the other two sensors remain unknown. That being said, since this is a budget smartphone, we can expect it to house a couple of 2MP sensors for depth sensing and macro photography.
The rear panel also houses the fingerprint scanner around the Motorola logo. It has the power and volume keys on the right side of the frame, whereas the 3.5mm headphone jack is located at the top edge.
The E30 was recently spotted on Geekbench, which revealed that it will feature a Unisoc SoC and come with 2GB of RAM. The phone will run Android 11 (Go Edition) out of the box. Other details of the phone remain unknown. We will share more information of the device as and when available.