The branding and launch strategy of Motorola smartphones does not always make much sense, the Lenovo abandoned company the Moto X family after Style of 2015 and Force, restarted last year with the X4, probably looking (at least) to suspend development again and instead of deploying a whole new upper middle series.
But the rumor often spread Motorola One and A power, is expected to arrive in the western territories soon as part of Google’s rapid growth Android A program could be launched in China under totally different names. Three totally mysterious handsets Motorola P30, P30 Play and P30 Note would have appeared on the Chinese company’s official website earlier today, although we can no longer see any trace of their existence.
It is unclear if these are actually related to Motorola One and One Power, and just in Case you wonder, we are not aware of previous versions of the P. series. Lenovo had a Vibe P2 A few years ago, abandoning the Vibe brand, we still do not get the P30 jump.
The mystery is compounded by the lack of pictures and price details for the P30 family, although some key options and color options seem to be out of the bag. The Motorola P30 “regular” (or Moto P30, this part is also little known) should see the light of day in the painting work “Aurora”, “Bright Black” and “Ice Jade White”, as well as in the configurations of 64 and 128GB storage. flat 6 GB of RAM likely to put a smile on faces multitaskers hardcore.
Meanwhile, the Moto P30 Play, which is probably a lower variant, could include a unique combination of 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, as well as two choices of colors: Ice Jade White and Bright Black. Finally, a Motorola P30 Note (bigger?) Was only listed in Bright Black, containing 4 or 6GB of RAM and only supporting 64GB of data. Hopefully, we will discover the Motorola P30 deal on August 15th, when the Moto Z3 is also ready to expand in China.
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