The Moto X30 Pro could be a serious challenger to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
The rumored specs for the X30 Pro reveal that the device could be a challenger to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra with a 6.67-inch OLED display sporting an FHD+ resolution and a 144Hz refresh rate. Qualcomm’s current top-of-the-line Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC will be under the hood with a triple camera setup on the back. The primary wide camera will be powered by a 200MP sensor believed to be from Samsung.
Motorola releases teaser revealing size of the main camera sensor on the Moto X30 Pro
The Moto X30 Pro will be equipped with a 4500mAh battery that charges at 125W wired and 50W wirelessly. This will be the fastest charger released for a Motorola handset to date. Android 12 will be pre-installed with updates possible for Android 13 and Android 14.
Motorola is surging as it has become the third largest phone manufacturer globally and in the states
The Moto X30 Pro could be introduced sometime this month. After stunning the industry in November 2009 by kicking off Androidmania and becoming the first real rival to the iPhone, the DROID went through various iterations until it and Motorola practically disappeared from the scene.
In what turned out to be a brilliant move, Motorola got back on its feet by offering a series of low-to-mid-range models that were cheap, and offered good battery life. These models included the Moto G Power and the Moto G Stylus (which is equipped, of course, with a stylus). Eventually, Motorola reentered the flagship segment of the smartphone business two years ago with the Edge+.
We don’t expect Motorola to have another DROID with the X30 Pro. The smartphone market was extremely different back in 2009 and there was no rival to the iPhone at that time. Android had yet to start its path toward becoming the world’s most widely used mobile operating system. Still, if Motorola can deliver with a strong, solid effort, consumers looking for another flagship Android brand besides Samsung will be able to give Motorola a look along with the other usual suspects.