- SIM Single SIM (Nano-SIM) or Hybrid Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
- Expandable Memory microSD, up to 256 GB (uses shared SIM slot)
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The Motorola P30 is a cheap looking phone. It has a few pros and cons:
- The Motorola P30 arrives with a splash-free glass body design which is quite near-premium.
- The phone has a bright display which gives you an immersive experience.
- As for the processor, the Snapdragon 636 chipset is a capable processor to deliver a mid-range performance for stutter-free multitasking and gaming.
- The 3000 mAh battery of Motorola P30 is quite potent to chug the phone for about a day.
- The cameras on this Motorola P30 is quite potent and can capture decent daylight shots.
- The phone does not have proper sunlight legibility.
- The low-light performance of the camera is quite poor.
The P30 delivers all the aspects that are required from a mid-range phone. It does not bring anything striking out of the obvious, but it remains an all-round accomplished model to go for.
The Motorola P30 is a mid-range model which looks quite like a Motorola, making it a delight to watch for Moto fans. Priced at Rs. 22,990, the phone brings in all the necessary specifications to make it a mid-range classic.
With a mid-tier power under the hood and a capable battery fueling the phone, the Motorola P30 is all set to perform all the tasks thrown at it. Plus, the phone does not hold back in its design or display, giving the user a complete all-round experience.
The phone arrives with a 2.5D double-sided glass body has been used, which gives it a premium look. Plus, the shape of the phone is quite polished. The glass used on the phone is a Corning Gorilla Glass which brings a bit of durability to it. It has an average thickness of 7.69mm, but along with that, the phone offers a weight of 170g, which is a bit hefty but passable. The phone comes with a nano-coating that prevents it from splashes and hence is P2i splash resistant. The back of the phone can change colours based on which model you have brought, given you a fantastic look. As usual, the fingerprint scanner is on the back with the stylish bat-wing M embedded on it, marking the Motorola logo.
The Motorola P30 comes with a notched screen. It has a 6.2-inch Super View Full-Screen display that runs edge to edge. It has a Full HD+ resolution of 2246 x 1080 pixels. The lack of bezels makes the phone easy to use as you get a lot of screen space to work with. Plus, the display is quite tall, coming around the modern 19:9 aspect ratio, which makes it a true beauty. The colours on this phone are quite punchy, and the brightness is amped up for moderate outdoor use. However, harsh sunlight will diminish legibility.
The Motorola P30 comes with a mid-range octa-core Snapdragon 636 chipset. It is a capable processor providing a boost to the day to day functions of the phone. You will not find it lagging even when you are using the phone with multiple apps running in the background. Gaming is also mostly lag-free and is paired with an AI Game Mode which also includes Do Not Disturb Mode if you want to immerse yourself in gaming. The phone comes with Dolby 360 surround sound for a complete gaming experience. Also, you get the benefit of Moto Gestures as well, like chopping twice can activate the flashlight.
The Motorola P30 comes with a 16MP primary camera along with a 5MP depth-sensing camera. The phone produces fantastic images in daylight. The exposure is quite good, and along with that, the colours come out punchy and immersive. Some of the problems with this phone, however, are that the portrait mode is not always accurate. Despite getting the blur effect, the edge detection is not precise. Low-light performance plummets too, but the visual noise is kept under control in night-time photography.
The phone has a 12MP selfie camera which includes AI-integration, like background blur algorithm. The Beauty mode can get you a 100-level beauty adjustment along with identifying skin colour, gender, age differences and texture of skin accurately. The colours and intensity are also adjusted according to the lighting. As a result, the image comes out quite decent.
The Motorola P30 arrives with a 3,000mAh battery. It might seem like a small battery, but the phone does have energy-draining hardware, so it is quite adequate for use. The phone has the potential to keep chugging for an entire day with light use. Heavy use, however, can cut the daily battery lifetime to half. P30 arrives with fast charging and can get you to a proper amount of battery juice in just 15 minutes, which gets you a solid 8 hours of use.
The Motorola P30 is a capable phone. It has a good design though it may look quite redundant since many phones have arrived with the same design signature. The display of the phone is quite brilliant and capable of providing an immersive effect. The processor and battery that the phone is fitted with are adequate to keep the phone fueled up and keep the speeds throttled up. The cameras on this phone are decent enough, though they might struggle in challenging light situations. Overall, if you are a Moto fan, this mid-range phone can be a great addition to your collection.