Just a few days back, Motorola announced two new Android One smartphones named Motorola One and Motorola One Power. Now, the company has launched the Motorola One Power in China but not with the Android One branding. It was launched as the Motorola P30 Note and runs on ZUI 4.0 out of the box. Except for the Android One branding, nothing is different if we compare the Motorola One Power and the P30 Note.
If you have seen the design of Motorola One Power, then the design of P30 Note won’t seem any different to you except for the absence of Android One branding on the rear. There is the same 18.7:9 notched display on the front, vertical dual rear cameras, rear-facing fingerprint reader, etc.
The Motorola P30 Note comes with a 6.2-inch display with an aspect ratio of 19:9 (18.7:9 to be precise) and a notch on top. The phone is most probably having Gorilla Glass protection for the display, but the company does mention 2.5D glass on top. Under the hood, the phone is powered by the octa-core Snapdragon 636 Processor, along with 4/6GB RAM and 64GB storage. There is also an option to expand the storage via the microSD card up to 128GB.
Coming to the cameras, there is a dual rear camera setup that includes a primary 16MP f/1.8 sensor and a secondary 5MP f/2.2 sensor. On the front, there is a 12MP f/2.0 sensor, and the front camera features Face Unlock, Beauty Mode, etc.
The P30 Note has a 5,000mAh battery under the hood that also supports 18W Turbo Charging via the USB Type-C port. Talking about the ports, the phone does have a headphone jack.
Coming to the pricing, the 4GB + 64GB variant of the Motorola P30 Note is priced at 1,999 Yuan or $292, whereas the 6GB + 64GB variant is priced at 2,299 Yuan or $335. If you are in China, you can get the 4GB + 64GB variant right now, but the 6GB variant is not yet available to buy.