After announcing the Motorola P30 in China a while back, Motorola has just introduced the Motorola P30 Note in the neighbouring country. The handset is, by all means, a rebranded Motorola One Power that is under the Android One program, got revealed at IFA 2018. The big difference here is software. The Motorola P30 Note runs ZUI 4.0 which is a remnant of the defunct ZUK brand.
The Motorola P30 Note features a 6.2-inch LCD display and a resolution of 2246×1080p. The aspect ratio is 18.7:9 and it has a notch as wide as the iPhone X. The handset looks like one of those Chinese iPhone X rip-offs at first glance from the front as well as the rear side. Under the chassis, Motorola has placed a respectable Snapdragon 636 SoC that is combined with either 4GB of RAM or 6GB and 64GB of expandable storage.
For photography, the Motorola P30 Note copy pastes the One Power setup onto itself. That means we have a 16MP with a f/1.8 aperture and a secondary 5MP sensor with f/2.2 aperture. Flipping to the front, the P30 Note uses a 12MP sensor with f/2.0 aperture. Like we said earlier it runs ZUI off of a 5,000mAh battery and starts at RMB 1,999 (around Rs 20,800) and comes with bundled JBL L20R headphones. The 6GB variant costs RMB 2,299 (around Rs 23,900).
There’s no word on these models coming to India and we don’t think they will either as they are intended for the Chinese market where Google’s services aren’t allowed to penetrate on an official level.