The Motorola Edge 30 Lite - codenamed Miami - sports a rectangular camera island on the rear housing an LED flash and two cameras, unlike the vanilla and Pro versions which feature three cameras.
The camera module also has text on its right side, which confirms the primary camera will use a 64MP sensor and have OIS, corroborating previous rumors. The other camera is said to be a 13MP ultrawide unit.
The back panel also has the Motorola branding at the bottom, with the signature Moto logo in the center. However, it doesn't double up as a fingerprint reader, which is likely embedded in the power button located on the Edge 30 Lite's right side frame, joined by volume keys.
The image doesn't show us the Motorola Edge 30 Lite's front side, but rumors claim the smartphone will come with a 6.28" 120Hz FullHD+ POLED screen and a 32MP selfie camera.
The rest of the Motorola Edge 30 Lite's rumored specs include the Snapdragon 695 SoC, up to 8GB RAM and 256GB storage, 4,020 mAh battery, and 30W charging. The smartphone will be offered in Moonless Night, Very Peri, Opal Silver, and Green Fig colors.
695 is an efficient CPU, I think with the next gen midrange 4nm CPU we're gonna start to see a lot of 4000mah and smaller phones
695 is more powerful than 750G and has a smaller transistor size, it's an excellent chipset, and good battery life.
Why is Motorola putting a snapdragon 695 in every phone?? Put a friking 750G or something for once. Not just 695