The launch of the Motorola Edge S30 seems imminent as the smartphone has been listed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It shows the battery capacity of the future smartphone and the ability to quickly charge. Separately, the Motorola Edge S30 was spotted on AnTuTu testing website earlier this month and received a respectable rating. In addition, Motorola announced that it will launch the Motorola Edge X30 on December 9 in China, but did not comment on the launch of the Motorola Edge S30.
The upcoming Motorola Edge S30 was recently listed by the US FCC. spotted by MySmartPrice. According to the FCC listing, the Motorola smartphone will receive a 4,700mAh battery with 33W fast charging support, which is confirmed by a previous report. In addition, the list also mentions the ability to connect the smartphone to the 5G network. The smartphone was listed under the internal designation XT2175-1 – it could also be seen on the AnTuTu testing website.
By the way, Motorola Edge S30 visited AnTuTu and scored a decent 858,852 points. The AnTuTu benchmark results were general on Weibo Chen Jin, CEO of Lenovo Mobile Business Group.
Some of the key specs of the Motorola Edge S30 have recently surfaced on the web. The Motorola smartphone is equipped with a 6.78-inch LCD display with a 144Hz refresh rate. It is reported that the SoC Snapdragon 888+ will be installed under the hood of the smartphone. The Motorola Edge S30 is 8.8mm thick and weighs about 202 grams. He – along with the Motorola Edge X30 – was also spotted on the TENAA list, but he only revealed the internal codes used by Motorola.
As previously mentioned, Motorola announced the launch of the Motorola Edge X30, which is expected to become the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra in global markets, on December 9 at 19:30 CST Asia (17:30 IST) in China. The Chinese tech giant has also confirmed that the Edge X30 will be the first smartphone from Motorola to be powered by the recently launched Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC. based on Android.
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