Motorola P30 Note launched in China with a notch, 5,000mAh battery and ZUK’s ZUI

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Lenovo owned US smartphone brand Motorola today has launched their latest midrange smartphone P30 Note in China today. The company lately announced the Motorola P30 in the country with similar design aspects and hardware specifications. The new addition to the lineup is an upgrade to compete with the midrange devices by Vivo, Xiaomi, Honor, etc. The same smartphone was spotted earlier as the Moto One Power, that runs Stock Android on the board. The device is also expected to be called so outside of China.

Motorola P30 Note
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Concerning the physical appearance, Motorola P30 Note looks exactly the same as the Motorola P30, except the former is not available in the special Aurora color option. The smartphone features a 6.2-inch Full HD+ (2246 x 1080 px) IPS LCD display panel, having a notch on the top with an aspect ratio of 18.7:9. On the rear panel, the main camera module comprises a 16MP PDAF and a 5MP depth field sensor for the major photography. The front-facing selfie camera shoots the images at 12 Megapixels. The main camera can also shoot videos in 2K resolution.

Surprisingly, on the software side, the Motorola P30 Note runs the Android OS topped with the ZUI 4.0, which the default ecosystem for the Lenovo’s discontinued ZUK subsidiary. The currently running Android Oreo will get a direct update to the Android 9 Pie, assures the brand.

Another USP (Unique Selling Proportion) for the smartphone is its humongous battery pack of 5,000mAh along with the Moto’s fast charging technology. The device is priced around CNY 1,999 which roughly translates to USD 299.