That Apple’s smartphones are taken as an example by other manufacturers is not new. But after the many criticisms received for the notch of the iPhone X, certainly we did not expect such a large number of clones. The last in chronological order and perhaps even the most shameless one is the Motorola P30.
The Motorola P30, which has a 6.2 “display, is probably the most similar Android smartphone to iPhone X on the market, with a front design with curved corners and a notch that for size and shape reminds that of the Apple smartphone. The only difference is a thicker frame in the lower part, where the company logo is positioned. But it’s practically the only difference in terms of design between the two smartphones.
On the back, we find a vertically oriented double lens camera, and a fingerprint sensor. The color nuances of the body reminiscent of those of Huawei’s P20, in short, it seems to look a hybrid between Huawei P20 and iPhone X. The black and white versions are those that most remember the device of the company of Cupertino.
The Motorola P30 is currently only available in China and, despite the iPhone X-style design, it is a mid-range device, so with a more affordable price. The engine of the device is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636, which is accompanied by 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal memory and a 3000mAh battery. The two main camera lenses are 5MP and 16MP, while the front one is 12MP. The most interesting aspect and that is also a bit ‘smile, is that despite the notch, there is no system for facial recognition.