Moto rumored to add a new member to the Edge 30 series, as well as two other low-cost entry-level phones – yqqlm

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Motorola has been busy again recently! In addition to the previous announcement that a mobile phone with a 200 million-pixel camera will be launched in July, and the price of the razr 3 foldable mobile phone, it is also reported that a batch of mid-range and low-end mobile phones will be launched soon, and the Edge 30 family will expand the lineup. Also brought two very entry-level mobile phones.

The whistleblower OnLeaks revealed to the website CompareDial that Motorola will launch a series of mid-range and entry-level mobile phones, two of which belong to the Edge 30 family. +128GB of memory, the asking price is 679 euros (about 21,000 Taiwan dollars).

Edge 30 Lite is powered by Qualcomm S695 processor, 8GB+128GB memory, 6.28-inch FHD+ AMOLED screen that supports 120Hz refresh rate, 64MP main camera and 13MP ultra-wide-angle camera, built-in 4,040mAh capacity battery and supports 30W fast charging. And there is a 3.5mm headphone jack, priced at 399 euros (about 12,400 Taiwan dollars), and there are three colors of silver, purple and navy blue.

In terms of the two entry-level phones, the G32 uses the UNISOC T606 processor, with 3GB+32GB of memory, a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD screen that supports a 90Hz update rate, and the camera consists of a 16MP main camera with two 2MP depth of field and macro cameras, with 5,000 The mAh capacity battery is priced at 229 euros (about 7,100 Taiwan dollars), and the last E12 is only 139 euros (about 4,300 Taiwan dollars), but in addition to the 2GB+32GB memory capacity, there is no other specification information.

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Citation Source: CompareDial

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