Motorola Edge 30 Lite specifications surface online
The phone features Snapdragon 695 5G SOC
Motorola is preparing to launch some new phones under the Edge 30 series, and in one of our previous articles, we talked about the Motorola Edge 30, which is a mid-range phone with Snapdragon 778G Plus SOC. Apart from that phone, we also have the Motorola Edge 30 Lite, the successor to the Edge 20 Lite. Today, the specifications of the Edge 30 Lite were shared by @heyitsyogesh on Twitter so in this article, let us go through the leaked specs.
The design is not yet known but speaking of the specs, the Edge 30 Lite has a 6.28-inch P-OLED with a 120Hz refresh rate and an FHD+ resolution. The fingerprint scanner is present on the side and doubles as the power button. The SOC powering this phone is the Snapdragon 695 5G so this time, Motorola is going the Snapdragon route instead of MediaTek (Edge 20 Lite had Dimensity 720). There is 6GB or 8GB LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB or 256GB storage. The battery size is 4,020mAh, and there is support for 30W fast charging.
In terms of cameras, the phone has two cameras on the rear. The primary camera has a 64MP sensor, whereas the secondary camera has a 13MP sensor and is used for ultrawide shots. There is a 32MP selfie shooter. Finally, Android 12 runs out of the box with MyUX on top.
Well, compared to the Edge 20 Lite, the refresh rate is bumped up to 120Hz (vs. 90Hz), the ultrawide camera has a 13MP sensor (vs. 8MP), and there is Snapdragon 695 (vs. Dimensity 720). These are all upgrades, but there are some downgrades as well. For example, there is a big decrease in the battery size from 5,000mAh to 4,020mAh. The primary camera on the rear has a 64MP sensor on the Edge 30 Lite, but on the Edge 20 Lite, there was a 108MP sensor. And finally, the display is smaller this time at 6.28-inch, compared to 6.7-inch.