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Here's Your First Look At The Motorola Edge 30 Lite

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Thanks to Evan Blass, you can now take a first look at the Motorola Edge 30 Lite handset aka Motorola ‘Miami’. He published the image in collaboration with 91mobiles, giving us a look at its back. The front side of the phone hasn’t been shared.

Get your first look at the upcoming Motorola Edge 30 Lite handset

You can check out that image below this paragraph. As you can see, it has an interesting pattern on the back. It seems as if there are holes on the back, but this is almost certainly just a pattern applied on top of plastic or glass. We’re still not sure what will Motorola use on the back.

Motorola Edge 30 Lite image leak 1

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You’ll notice that two cameras are located on the back, in the top-left corner. These are 64-megapixel and 13-megapixel units. The 64-megapixel is the main, wide-angle camera, with OIS support. The 13-megapixel one is likely an ultrawide unit.

Two separate Motorola brandings are present on the back, which is something we’re used to when it comes to the company’s devices. The back side is also curved towards the sides, as you’ll notice in the image.

It will likely include a 120Hz display, along with a 4,020mAh battery

Now, the Motorola Edge 30 Lite is said to feature a 6.28-inch display. That will be a 120Hz POLED display, and it will likely be flat. We also know that the phone will include 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. It will likely come in a single variant, but we’ll see.

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A 4,020mAh battery was also mentioned by the source. We still don’t have any information regarding charging, but fast charging is expected from this handset. Android 12 will likely come pre-installed, though that info hasn’t been mentioned.

The Motorola Edge 30 Lite is expected to become official really soon. The device will probably get announced alongside the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra (Frontier), a flagship-grade phone with a 200-megapixel main camera.

Unfortunately, we still don’t know when will the event itself occur, but Motorola will likely share more information soon.

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